Methods of Inst-Teach & Curric (EIP-201)
This course is designed to provide educational interpreting students with a basic knowledge curriculum development, based upon student motivation and learning theories will be addressed as they relate to primary and secondary age students. Students will review the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards, (CCCS), as well as unique curricula designed for students who are deaf/hard of hearing in the content areas. Instructional strategies for educational interpreters with an emphasis on vocabulary acquisition and language comprehension for students will be addressed. Collaborative strategies for educational interpreters working with regular education and special education teachers and related services personnel in a variety of educational settings are discussed as well as assessment of academic materials and successful completion of learning objectives according to established criteria in the students' individualized education programs (IEP) will be presented. Prerequisite: Approval of Coordinator of ASL-English Interpreting Program or EIPDC Coordinator. 3 lecture hours. 3 credit hours.