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- Educational Interpreting: A Practical Approach Consumer Awareness, Rights, and
Responsibilities Video Series
This series of video programs offers a practical and comprehensive approach to all aspects
of educational interpreting, emphasizing information and strategies that are necessary to
provide deaf students with optimal communication access to education. The videos
underscore the need for hiring trained and qualified interpreters. Issues raised in the
videos are reviewed in greater detail in companion booklets that offer tips, guidelines,
and other valuable resource information. Seven video/booklet packages are planned in this
series, and five are available now. They are:
#1 Educational Interpreters: An Introduction.
Interpreting in Grades K-12 ; roles and responsibilities,
qualifications, professional ethics.
Target Audience : all adults who come in contact with educational interpreters in the
#2 Working with Educational Interpreters.
Strategies for classroom teachers and school personnel
Target Audience: regular classroom teachers
#3 Employing Educational Interpreters.
Hiring, managing, scheduling educational interpreters
Target Audience: administrators
#4 Evaluating Educational Interpreting Services.
Strategies, resources, existing evaluation models.
Target Audience: administrators
#5 Students Working with Educational Interpreters: Part I & II.
Part I: Kid Report, Strategies for young students Grades K-5.
Part II: Journalism J502 - The Interpreter Project, Strategies for
older students Grades 6-12.
Programs and Booklets Currently in Development:
#6 Educational Interpreters: Advocacy Information
Consumer information about educational and community interpreters & strategies for
Target Audience : parents
#7 Community and Postsecondary Interpreters
Transition information for older high school students; roles, laws, consumer rights,
and strategies for securing services
Target Audience: high school students and college students
Each video/booklet package is $65.00, in VHS format, color, approximately
20-30 minutes, and open-captioned. Additional booklets can be purchased for
$8.00 each from the Rochester Institute of Technology campus bookstore Campus
The home page for the RIT Bookstore is: