Doug Bowen-Bailey is a frequent presenter on a variety of topics related to interpreting and community change.
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Workshop Description Educational discourse is highly structured, with predictable and repeated patterns through all grades and types of classroom activities. Interpreters need to have strong mental maps of these discourse types and be able to express them clearly...read more
2 February 2017 Auckland, New Zealand This interactive workshop will spend the evening exploring emerging paradigms for the interpreting profession. Drawing on the Demand-Control Schema as articulated by Dean & Pollard and the concept of Role-Space from...read more
1 February 2017 Adelaide, South Australia A new paradigm for interpreters working in the classroom is emerging in the United States. This workshop will look at research into trends in interpreter education and theoretical frameworks underpinning best practices. We...read more
30 January 2017 Perth, Western Australia Mentoring is an important process for nurturing the professional development of interpreters. This interactive workshop will give you a chance to experience best practices in mentoring in the United States, including approaches...read more
28 January 2017 Perth, Western Australia This interactive workshop will spend the morning exploring emerging paradigms for the interpreting profession. Drawing on the Demand-Control Schema as articulated by Dean & Pollard and the concept of Role-Space from...read more
A Workshop in Three Acts 31 January 2017 School of Special Educational Needs: Sensory Perth, Western Australia As the profession of educational interpreting begins to emerge in Western Australia, we will look at lessons drawn from the experiences of interpreters in...read more