So much goes into learning ASL, and so much can come out of it! I hope that this diagram and these words will help give students a greater respect for the complexity in store for them as they embark upon learning ASL.
Physician, heal thyself. --ancient proverb Yesterday was Interpreter Appreciation Day. I'd like to propose the day after be dubbed Interpreter Self-Appreciation Day. It is reassuring to be appreciated, but our consumers and colleagues may not always take the time to express their appreciation. What is more, even when people express their appreciation, we may not absorb... Continue Reading →
The ADA may account for the equal pay ASL/English interpreters earn for conference & medical interpreting vs. the disparity Spanish/English interpreters earn.
I know more than I think I know, and I can do more than I think I can do. These words came to me in a dream, and I woke myself up this morning by speaking them in my sleep.
Learning is living, giving, stretching, reaching, teaching, testing, puzzlement, failures, successes-- results.