Year Around Event (2021)
Virtual Workshop - Zoom
ASL with English interpretation
0.6 Professional Studies
ASLIS is an Approved RID CMP Sponsor for Continuing Education Activities. This Professional Studies program is offered for a total of 0.6 CEUs at Some Content Knowledge Level.
What value does talking with colleagues about the decisions you make during an interpreting assignment have? The purpose of this workshop is
-To gain hands-on experience applying the D-C schema through the use of situational analysis tools.
-To understand and accurately identify the elements in supervisory conversations that create a “best practice process.”
-To learn how to use these teaching tools (situational analyses) with mentees, accounting both for the accurate application of the schema and in the teaching opportunities that emerge from these exercises.
-To understand the use and benefits of the observation-supervision approach which builds on and utilizes the D-C schema for effective training in content-specific fields (e.g., medical, mental heath, legal).
*MUST ATTEND BOTH DAYS IN ORDER TO RECEIVE CEUS. We will not be approving partial CEU credits.*
ASLIS virtual workshops are NOT recorded for later viewing.
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Daniel Maffia obtained his bachelors degree in American Sign Language/English Interpreting with a minor in Communication from the National Technical Institute for the Deaf at the Rochester Institute of Technology in 2009. In 2010 he became nationally certified and most recently Daniel earned his Masters in Interpreting Studies with an emphasis in Teaching Interpreting from Western Oregon University in 2014. He has work experience in a variety of settings. Currently he is a program director and senior lecturer for the Bachelors interpreting programs within the department of American Sign Language and English Interpreting Department’s Interpreter Training Program at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf. Daniel also teaches in NTID’s Master’s in Healthcare interpreting program. Previously Daniel served as a staff interpreter in the Department of Access Services at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Daniel continues to work as both a Video Relay Interpreter at Sorenson Communication, a staff interpreter within a local hospital, and a freelance community interpreter. Daniel has shown his commitment to the field by serving on the board of directors for his local affiliate RID chapter for the past two years in addition to currently volunteering as chairperson of RID’s Certification Committee. In addition he has been a mentor for both practicum students and colleagues. His curriculum development have been centered around developing courses in VRS/VRI and Interpreting for Diverse Deaf Consumers. Finally Daniel’s research interests relate to Supervision and Demand-Control Schema. During his research Daniel had the opportunity to facilitate supervision for various interpreters both spoken language and sign language. Daniel continues to serve as a facilitator for various supervision groups in addition to presenting workshops relating to supervision and reflective practices in the field of interpreting.
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