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Interpreting Math in K-12 settings

  • 9 Jan 2021
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • VIRTUAL EVENT
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Registration

  • You must be a member of MSRID or an affiliate RID chapter
  • You must email msridtreasurer@gmail.com with our student ID

Paul Glaser, MSE, CDI, Educator, Interpreter, Mentor, Coach

RID Vice President, WSRID Immediate Past President

Workshop/Course Description: There is increasing importance and awareness being placed on the role Math plays in teaching and learning in the classroom. Many teachers and interpreters have different signs for certain Math terms and it is possible that a lack of standardization may influence learning. There is a particular need to discuss perceptions of math signs in order to help prepare new teachers and interpreters who pursue careers in mathematics education for the deaf. The present workshop was designed to assist new and experienced mathematics teachers and interpreters for the deaf as well as students interested in learning about mathematical signs. Most teachers and interpreters did not have signs for advanced mathematics and fingerspell those terms to avoid inventing signs. This workshop helps you to be familiar with mathematical terms and how to use them in interpreting settings. Educational

Objectives (List specific measurable actions by participants that will demonstrate comprehension and integration of

information presented): Participants will be able to: • Demonstrate an improved understanding of the interpreting process for math topics. • Incorporate illustrations from math textbooks into interpretations. • Analyze math and ASL texts and create varied interpretations into the target language. • Use visualization techniques to better inform their

interpretation of math materials.

Educational Objectives (List specific measurable actions by participants that will demonstrate comprehension and integration of information presented): Participants will be able to:

  • Demonstrate an improved understanding of the interpreting process for math topics.
  • Incorporate illustrations from math textbooks into interpretations.
  • Analyze math and ASL texts and create varied interpretations into the target language.
  • Use visualization techniques to better inform their interpretation of math materials.

**This workshop is full immersion. Voices off!

.3 CEUs 0263.0121.02


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