Classroom Interpreters - Interpreters and Children - Evaluating an Interpreted Education
An interpreted education works for some students but not for all. In addition, some interpreted situations are more successful than others. For example, not all teachers are “interpretable” – some teachers’ styles make interpreting difficult. It takes a diligent educational team to monitor the success of this placement.
This section contains guidelines for helping to evaluate whether an interpreted placement is appropriate for an individual student.
- Focus on Learning
- An Audiogram Does Not Determine Need for Interpreting
- A Student’s Needs May Vary With the Situation
- Look Beyond Classroom Content
- Evaluating the Skills of the Educational Interpreter