Daniel Greene teaches to improve the lives of interpreters and the consumers they work for. He helps interpreters focus on what they can do before, during, and after assignments, including preparation, interaction, and supervision. He guides his students toward understanding and mastery through critical thinking, experimentation, and reflection. He has been a college instructor, workshop presenter, and mentor since 2005, and an interpreter in a wide range of topics and settings since 1990. He received his MA in interpreting studies with an emphasis in teaching interpreting, and he holds an NAD-RID National Interpreter Certification, Master.
I have no association with the company, but I must say their signage for reserving seats for interpreters and Deaf attendees is the coolest I've ever seen.
The ADA may account for the equal pay ASL/English interpreters earn for conference & medical interpreting vs. the disparity Spanish/English interpreters earn.
I created this slideshow on Demand-Control Schema (D-CS) for an Introduction to Interpreting class at Phoenix College in Phoenix, Arizona, and am sharing it here for the benefit of a larger audience. This slideshow is an update on one I made for another class at Phoenix College in 2005, the day after I attended a... Continue Reading →
I searched the Internet for a half-hour in vain; then my professor Elisa Maroney told me all you have to do is: Go to "Transitions." Then under "Advance Slide" put in the number of seconds to advance automatically. Then under "Apply to" click on "All slides."