A Model of Learning Within an Interpreted K–12 Educational Setting
Educational interpreting emerged as a profession in the US in 1974, with the implementation of the first federal law protecting the educational rights of children receiving special services. However, there is little published data on how many DHH students use an educational interpreter. This chapter presents an overview of the range of skills and factors that would influence how much and how well a child would learn within an interpreted education standards for educational interpreters. Topics discussed include skill levels for educational interpreters, interpreter training programs and performance, and a model of learning within an interpreted education.
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