Tag: teaching

  • 2016 Review and 2017 Preview

    I know the end of January is later than years-in-review usually come out, but since I have not blogged in a long, long time, I thought it best to share what I’ve been doing all this time and what I plan to do this year. One thing I have spent a lot of time on […]

  • MLK on education

    MLK on education

    The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character — that is the goal of true education. —Martin Luther King, Jr.

  • Teach the language that makes one happy

    "Teaching the language that makes one happy” — a good, short read! I will use it as an ASL teacher. https://t.co/VRCil6noXP via @academia — Daniel Greene (@danielgreene) January 6, 2016

  • Updated my Presenter Bio

    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.

  • Status Update for July 2015

    What have I been doing since last summer, you ask? I have been teaching ASL classes, mentoring and leading case supervision, interpreting, and teaching interpreting workshops. I have not been much of a blogger because, honestly, as busy as my days have been, the only thing I want to do at night is watch TV. On the weekends, […]