Ethics & Laws for Ed. Interpre (EIP-204)
This course is designed to provide students with an overview and understanding of the unique role and responsibilities of educational interpreters and the various interpreter assignments within multiple educational settings; Collaboration and consultation models as the framework for the educational interpreters role with regular education teachers, special education teachers, school administration and parents; The role of educational interpreters as a member of the individualized education program (IEP) team; Issues related to etiquette, confidentiality, supervision and evaluation; and finally, federal and state mandates which outline the provisions of educational interpreting as a related service. Prerequisite: Approval of Coordinator of ASL-English Interpreting Program or EIPDC Coordinator. 3 lecture hours. 3 credit hours.