Enhancing your Representation with Betty Colonomos
July 28 @ 6:00 pm - July 30 @ 12:00 pm$175.00
Friday July 28, 2017, 6pm-9pm
Sat. July 29 9am-5:00pm
Sun. July 30 9am-12pm
CEUs: 1.3 PS See attached flyer for complete details
Early Bird Registration cost (on/before) June 5, 2017: $175 Please note, this rate is available for any registrants who register before June 5, 2017
Regular Registration cost: $200
Prerequisite: Foundations I
Note: Foundations I and II preferred
Workshop Audience: This workshop is designed for working and student ASL/spoken English interpreters (both hearing and Deaf parented/ coda)
Registration Deadline: June 12, 2017
About the workshop:
One of the most challenging aspects of the interpreting task is the ability to represent meaning in ways that will allow you to use working memory to understand and render an equivalent target message. Interpreters who have studied the Integrated Model of Interpreting (IMI) are familiar with this stage of the interpreting process (R).
Participants will become more proficient at creating rich representations that contribute to successful interpretations. Many of the activities are designed for you to practice working from ASL/English. Texts will also be provided. Focused topics include: 1) creating the mental environment for a better R. 2) when to retain of release form. 3) adjusting R for target message equivalence, and understanding/ controlling factors that hamper representation of meaning.
About the Presenter:
Betty M. Colonomos, currently serving as Director of the Bilingual Mediation Center, is a fluent ASL/ English bilingual. Her academic training has been in Deaf Education/Speech Pathology (undergraduate), counseling (graduate) and Linguistics (doctoral). Betty was awarded the Masters Comprehensive Skills Certificate (MCSC) from RID in 1980. She was the second recipient of the Mary Stotler Award for excellence in Interpreter Education from CIT. Betty has chaired many national committees on standards and evaluation of interpreters. Ms. Colonomos is well known as an educator of interpreters and language consultant. She has developed the most widely used model (Integrated Model of Interpreting – IMI) for teaching processes used in interpreting. Her current energies are focused on creating Communities of Reflective Practitioners.