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'm happy to be here in Fargo-Moorhead teaching an ASL-to-English interpreting & vocal technique workshop today.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HlGWGKWLmAk I just realized I never actually posted this review here on my blog! This video has been reviewed about 35,500 times in the three years since I posted it, I have used it to teach many of my workshops, and I still feel the same way about this remote as I did when I first reviewed... Continue Reading →
These are the slideshows from the series of three Interpreting Vague Language (VL) workshops I taught in July. I'm sharing these for people who are interested in vague language and how I teach it. I recommend taking these three parts together as a Friday night, all day Saturday workshop. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call me... Continue Reading →
This Thursday evening, July 18th, from 6–9pm UTC -7, I will be presenting the first workshop of my three-part series on interpreting vague language. This training is appropriate for interpreters of all languages, and is presented in English. The second and third parts, held on Friday, July 19th from 9am-noon and 1–4pm respectively (UTC -7)... Continue Reading →