Engaging Workshops

Professional Development for Interpreters and Community Workers

Doug Bowen-Bailey is a frequent presenter on a variety of topics related to interpreting and community change.

If you are interested in him presenting a workshop for you or your organization,  check out our:

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TIPS Lite – 2016

This workshop is part of the TIPS process created by the TASK 12 Project. Click for more info on TIPS.  For information about potentially being a part of  a TIPS cohort, contact LeeAnn Lundgreen. The workshop was sponsored by: WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION OUTREACH...

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What’s in Your Swiss Army Knife?

esources, including videos, will be listed here. To access, just click on the title of the section and the resources will appear.  (It's almost like magic.) If there is something you don't see (because I sometimes drop details), please contact me....

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Allies and Advocates

This workshop focuses on the ways that interpreters have the opportunities to work with other people, both hearing and deaf, in shaping situations that align with the value of justice and equity in the way that people interact with systems.  Drawing on the chapter...

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Passing It On!

This is a resource page for a workshop being put on by the Minnesota Department of Education to support people considering mentoring interpreters working in Pre-K through 12th Grade classrooms in Minnesota and covered by the Minnesota Quality Assurance law. These are...

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