Ed Interpreters eLearning Series: Ethical Decision Making - What Do I Do Now? - 009023
Educational interpreters encounter dilemmas in the K-12 setting that must be handled in a manner appropriate to this unique work environment. Interpreters working with students in the educational setting face unique challenges and must keep in mind that they are working with developing children and youth. Are you unsure of your role and responsibilities in the K-12 setting? What is your role as a member of the Educational Team? What information is confidential and what can you share with others? Join us for this training where we will explore these types of ethical dilemmas. Participants will be given an overview of the Code of Conduct and will examine a series of scenarios to determine the best way to handle situations based on the values and guidelines outlined. Presenter: Frances J. Beaurivage, Manager EIPA Diagnostic Center, RID CI/CT Originally presented March 2, 2013.

Audiences Interpreters, Teacher - Special Education

01528611/01/2017 - 08/31/2019Online
Fee   None
Credit Hours   04:00 hours of DARS-Deaf & Hard of Hearing Svcs. Interp 
Presenter   Boys Town National Research Hospital Boys Town National Research Hospital 
Seats Left   4787 

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