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Summer 2020: Webinars from the TIEM Center!

Expanded Options! Special Discounts!

Looking for Advanced Learning Opportunities? Challenging Topics? RID CEUs?

Don’t just sit there—join us for any of our exciting interactive webinars!

Each webinar runs for 2-4 weeks, + 1 optional week for completing projects and reflective review if desired. We invite you to join us in these opportunities for advanced level professional development as we explore the ramifications and applications of these topics in interpreting, interpreter education and mentoring!

NEW Power, Privilege, and Oppression

Facilitator: Jeremy L. Brunson

During this webinar, we will explore and reflect on our own participation and experience with power, privilege and oppression both at the individual and systemic level. Our readings and discussions will examine the manifestation of power, privilege and oppression at various levels within our society.

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Role-Space: You’ve Heard the Term But What Does It Mean?

Facilitator: Christine Monikowski

Understand the concept of Role-Space and apply it to our work in the educational setting. Although this online community specifically targets educational interpreting settings, this information can be applied to interpreters working in a variety of settings. For experienced interpreters, this information will probably not strike us as new but the terminology and the research validates choices we make on a daily basis.

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Infusing Role-Space Theory and Applications in Teaching Interpreting: Strategies, Activities, Applications!*

Facilitator: Robert G. Lee (co-author of Redefining the Role of the Community Interpreter)

Explore ways to infuse role-space theory into your teaching and mentoring. You will have the opportunity to refresh your understanding of Role-Space Theory, participate in online group discussions about why, how, and when to incorporate Role-Space Theory into teaching and mentoring, prepare and/or share lessons or activities that you have, or hope to use, to incorporate Role-Space Theory into your own classes.

*3-week Session: July 20-August 9

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Discourse Analysis: Cues, Context & Communication

Facilitator: Betsy Winston

Understanding discourse and discourse analysis is essential for interpreters, interpreter educators, and anyone who communicates! Communication and interpreting are, after all, nothing more nor less than discourse analysis in action. Explore discourse as language in use, focusing on four major themes in discourse analysis: 1) emerging meaning; 2) interaction; 3) choices and decisions; and 4) context.

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Discourse Mapping: Applied Discourse Analysis for Teaching Interpreting

Facilitator: Betsy Winston

Discourse mapping provides interpreters and students with the opportunity to analyze, research, and assess source and target messages. Educators can use discourse mapping to guide students in developing language, interpreting, and self-assessment skills. This webinar provides participants an introduction to the discourse mapping process, with opportunities to discuss and practice various discourse mapping strategies that are relevant to various teaching and interpreting settings and needs.

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Logistics & Materials

  • Times: At your own convenience during the dates, but there are specific times/dates for assignments.
  • Location: In your favorite chair, home or office…in your pajamas?
  • Target Audience: Interpreters, Educators, Mentors (experience level – intermediate thru advanced)
  • Required Text/Materials: See each webinar description at the links above for more information!
  • Interactive online discussions: To facilitate active online discussions, registration is limited to between 8-15 people.
  • Cost: $210.00 $105.00 each webinar
    • Returning TIEM webinar participants receive 20% discount! $84.00 each webinar
    • Took it once, but want to review the same webinar again? $25 $15.00 each webinar if space is available!
    • Webinar Refunds: 50% refund if requested in writing 15 days before start of event; no other refunds are available, unless the webinar is canceled due to low enrollment (less than 8, at discretion of Facilitator).

RID CEUs: You can earn as many as 2.0 RID Professional Studies CEUs for each webinar through the TIEM Center for no additional cost-details provided in the webinar instructions! Don’t wait! Register Today!

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