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Mentoring without a Mentor. Increasing Your Skills Using Technology. Grace Sylvester-Samis. CAVAETS. CAVAETS. You SHOULD have a mentor. CAVAETS. You SHOULD have a mentor. You SHOULD spend time with the Deaf Community. CAVAETS. You SHOULD have a mentor.

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mentoring without a mentor

Mentoring without a Mentor

Increasing Your Skills Using Technology

Grace Sylvester-Samis

cavaets1
CAVAETS
  • You SHOULD have a mentor.
cavaets2
CAVAETS
  • You SHOULD have a mentor.
  • You SHOULD spend time with the Deaf Community
cavaets3
CAVAETS
  • You SHOULD have a mentor.
  • You SHOULD spend time with the Deaf Community
  • You SHOULD socialize with other interpreters
cavaets4
CAVAETS
  • You SHOULD have a mentor.
  • You SHOULD spend time with the Deaf Community
  • You SHOULD socialize with other interpreters
  • You SHOULD work closely with your peers
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BUT…..
  • You CAN start alone with the RIGHT resources

and using technology!

a few important aspects of improvement
A few important aspects of improvement

BE PASSIONATE

BE AWARE / KEEP CURRENT

BE WILLING

STAY FLEXIBLE

be passionate
BE PASSIONATE
  • Love it!
  • Immerse yourself!
  • Talk about it!
  • Get that feeling!!
be aware
Be Aware
  • Know WHO’S WHO
    • Angel Ramos
    • Robert Davilia
    • Jane Fernandez
    • Eileen Forestal, Kathy Basilotto, Josie Durkow, SallyAnn Emilius
    • Dr. T. Alan Hurwitz
    • Terry Safay, Cheryl Vail,

Audrey Rosenberg

keep current
Keep Current
  • Know WHAT’S WHAT
    • The Mediator
    • Monthly Communicator
    • Views
    • Odyssey
    • PEPNet & PEPNet 2.0
    • IEISMS
    • StreetLeverage.com
keep current1
Keep Current
  • Know WHAT’S WHAT
    • How Stuff Works
      • (web / book)
    • Google ‘reminders’
    • DeafTimes - NJ-L News
    • Starbucks Coffee Chat
    • The Interpreter Chat
    • Sign Clubs and Events:
      • OCC / UCC / CCC / BCC
extra reading
Extra Reading
  • The Outliers
    • Malcolm Gladwell
  • The Power of Focus
    • Jack Canfield
  • Its Called Work for a Reason
    • Larry Winget
be willing
BE WILLING
  • Do whatever you can, whenever you can
  • Do whatever it takes!
be flexible
Be Flexible
  • SAYS IT ALL!
getting down to business
Getting down to business…

HAVE CONCRETE GOALS…

PUT IT IN WRITING!

but where to start when you re overwhelmed
But WHERE TO START… when you’re overwhelmed???

Appearance (physical, comfort, clarity), Cultural Mediator/Ally; Rapport w/Clients, Message Fluency, Set up (location, lighting, client’s view), Teaming, Handshape, Location, Palm Orientation, Movement, Fluency, Mouth Morphemes, Adverbial/Grammatical Accuracy, Fingerspelling, Fluency, Acronyms, Loan Signs, Labeling, Number Clarity, Type, Fluency, Parameter, Labeling,, ASL Structure, word order Accurate Surface Translations, Sentence Types (Topical, Statement, Imperative, Questions-Wh, Rhetorical, Yes/No), Body Shifting), Appropriate Sign Space, Spatial Agreement (Noun Referencing, Pronominalization Indexing, Verb Usage), Use of Eyes, Setting, Perspective, List, Transitioning, Identify Then Do, Noun/Pronouns (Physically Accurate, SASS), Verb/Adverbs (Accurate Location and Action), Prosody, Nesting/Scaffolding/Couching, Describe then Do, Faceting, Explain by Examples/Listing, Contrast/Compare, Reiteration, 3-D Space/Perspective, Sign Choice/Word Choice, Diverse Vocab., Register, Intent, Affect, General Message, Clarify, Auditory Memory, Chunking, Addition, Omission, Message Fluency

analyze yourself
ANALYZE YOURSELF

and just pick ONE aspect to improve.

analyze yourself1
ANALYZE YOURSELF

and just pick ONE aspect to improve.

  • Classifiers
find the resources
Find the RESOURCES
  • STATIC VOCABULARY
    • www.aslpro.com
    • www.dcmp.org
    • www.youtube.com
    • www.signingsavvy
    • www.rit.edu/ntid/sciencesigns/
    • www.deafnewspaper.com