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  • Florida Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf Educational Interpreter Evaluation
  • Changes in the EIE
    • Ratings: Live panels have been discontinued. Candidates will be rated by independent raters
    • Interview: the interview will be videotaped. There will no longer be an interpreter for this segment.
    • Written test: you will have to take and pass the written test before you can sign up for the performance. Proof of passing the written EIPA test will be accepted.
  • Changes in the EIE
    • Friday night workshop: Workshop Information now provided via power point and FAQ’s posted on FRID website.
    • Performance Test: This will remain in five segments, with introductory screens with directions for the candidate.
    • The performance will continue without breaks until all segments have been completed.
  • FRID - EIE - Status
    • Not sanctioned by RID
    • Recognized by most districts in the state
    • Recognized by Florida DOE
    • Is NOT certification
  • EIE Test Components
    • EIE Written test - will accept proof of passing the EIPA written test.
    • Performance Screening -
    • 1 hour Warm – up
    • Ethical Practices Interview
    • Performance Video
    • Feed-back
  • Process Interview portion
    • Introductions
      • State your name for the raters
    • Choice of interview before or after performance segment
    • Videographer will advance the questions for the candidate
    • Candidate answers questions as they are advanced by videographer
  • The Interview
    • Do you know the NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct (CPC)?
    • Are you familiar with KAR?
    • Have you practiced responding to with hypothetical scenarios?
    • Can you breathe?
  • NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct - 2005
    • Guide to professional behavior
    • Illustrative behaviors
    • Encompass interpreter roles and responsibilities in every type of situation (educational, legal, medical)
  • NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct
    • Guiding Principles
      • Do No Harm
      • exercise judgment, employ critical thinking, apply the benefits of practical experience, reflect on past actions
  • Tenet Key Words
    • Confidentiality
    • Professionalism
    • Function in appropriate manner
    • Respect consumers
    • Respect peers
    • Ethical business practices
    • Professional development
  • Confidentiality
    • may discuss assignment-related information only
    • with other teachers and supervisors who are directly responsible for the educational program
    • of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing children for whom the interpreter interprets
    • inform consumer when legal mandates require disclosure of confidential information
  • Professionalism
    • possess skills and knowledge required for the specific interpreting situation
    • always conveying the content
    • and spirit of the speaker
    • using language most readily understood by the consumers
  • Professionalism
    • refrain from providing counsel, advice or personal opinions
    • judiciously provide information or referral regarding community resources
  • Function in appropriate manner
    • present yourself appropriately in demeanor and appearance.
    • avoid situations that result in conflicting roles , perceived or actual conflicts of interest.
    • comply with workplace codes of conduct
  • Respect consumers
    • honor consumer preferences
      • interpret or transliterate
    • facilitate communication access and equality
    • obtain consent of consumers before bringing an intern to assignment
  • Respect peers
    • collaborate with colleagues to foster delivery of effective interpreting services.
    • Work cooperatively with team members
    • Approach colleagues privately to discuss and resolve breaches of ethical or professional conduct
  • Ethical business practices
    • accurately represent qualifications
    • honor commitments and terminate assignments only when fair and justifiable grounds exist
    • reserve the option to decline or discontinue assignments if working condition are not safe
    • charge fair and reasonable fees for services
  • Professional development
    • foster and maintain interpreting competence and the stature of the profession
    • increase knowledge and strengthen skills
    • keep abreast of laws, policies, rules, and regulations affecting the profession
  • Further knowledge and skill
    • shall strive to further knowledge and skills
    • through participation in workshops and conferences
    • pursuing higher education
    • interaction with professional colleagues – seek mentor
    • engaging in independent study
  • What do raters look for? General Appearance
    • Attire
    • Jewelry
    • Hair
    • Long fingernails and bright polish
    • Demeanor
    • Voice quality
  • What do raters look for? Interview
    • Demonstration of knowledge of NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct
      • Not word-for-word, not by #
    • Shows self confidence
    • Clearly articulated/ understandable
    • Related to actual experience if possible
    • Not rambling
    • Not too brief
  • K A R …It works!
    • K = K nowledge of the NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct
    • A = A pplication of the tenets of the NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct
    • R = R esponse to the situation
  • Interview Letter Remember Key words Say… K Knowledge Which tenet applies to this scenario? There is a tenet in the NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct states: A Application What about this scenario does/does not fit with the previously cited tenet? In this situation… R Response How I would respond in this particular situation Therefore I would…
  • Key words
    • Note: the Key words should be pulled from the scenario and the CPC….words that trigger you to identify the correct tenet and the ethical issue and the applicable tenet.
  • Example #1
    • You interpret for an 8th grader. Her 7th grade teacher sees you in the hall and asks you how she is doing. How do you respond?
  • You interpret for an 8th grader. Her 7th grade teacher sees you in the hall and asks you how she is doing. How do you respond?
    • K
    • A
    • R
    Application What about this scenario does/does not fit with the previously cited tenet? Response How I would respond in this particular situation Knowledge Which tenet applies to this scenario? Remember Key words Say… Asks how student is doing Previous teacher Not directly responsible for her educational program Refer her to current teacher There is a tenet in the NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct states : Interpreters may share assignment related information with those directly responsible for the student’s educational program In this situation …the student is in 8 th grade and the teacher was her former teacher in 7 th grade and therefore is not directly responsible for her educational program Therefore I would …refer the inquiring teacher to the current 8 th grade teacher for her answers
  • Example #2
    • You interpret in an elementary school and the students are meeting with the middle school representatives about their middle school schedules. The deaf student asks you which 2 electives are best for deaf kids. How do you respond?
  • You interpret in an elementary school and the students are meeting with the middle school representatives about their middle school schedules. The deaf student asks you which 2 electives are best for deaf kids. How do you respond?
    • K
    • A
    • R
    Application What about this scenario does/does not fit with the previously cited tenet? Response How I would respond in this particular situation Knowledge Which tenet applies to this scenario? Remember Key words Say… Ask for advice Students are asking for advice about courses Guidance counselor’s area Refer to guidance Offer to interpret There is a tenet in the NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct states : Interpreters are to judiciously provide information or referral regarding resources In this situation …the students are asking about appropriate courses during a transition to middle school which is the guidance counselor’s area of expertise. Therefore I would …refer the students to the guidance counselor and offer to interpret for the session.
  • Example #3
    • You live in the same neighborhood as one of the deaf students for whom you interpret. The parent asks you if you could please give her son a ride to school on Tuesdays and Thursdays since she works swing shift on those nights and doesn’t get home until later in the morning. How do you respond?
  • You live in the same neighborhood as one of the deaf students for whom you interpret. The parent asks you if you could please give her son a ride to school on Tuesdays and Thursdays since she works swing shift on those nights and doesn’t get home until later in the morning. How do you respond?
    • K
    • A
    • R
    Application What about this scenario does/does not fit with the previously cited tenet? Response How I would respond in this particular situation Knowledge Which tenet applies to this scenario? Remember Key words Say… Parent asks Ride to school 2 days Muddies the role of the interpreter Liability issue Deny the request and refer to guidance for transportation assistance There is a tenet in the NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct states : Interpreters are to act in a manner appropriate to the specific situation In this situation …the student’s transportation needs are well outside of the role of the interpreter, and puts me at a risk for liability and mixed signals to the student regarding my role Therefore I would …explain that this is not best practice for the student and puts me at risk as well as confuses the student regarding my role – I would suggest she talk to guidance for help.
  • Example #4
    • You have seen some really good technical sign tapes advertised in a catalogue. You think they would be really good for the school to have as a resource for interpreters. What do you do?
  • You have seen some really good technical sign tapes advertised in a catalogue. You think they would be really good for the school to have as a resource for interpreters. What do you do?
    • K
    • A
    • R
    Application What about this scenario does/does not fit with the previously cited tenet? Response How I would respond in this particular situation Knowledge Which tenet applies to this scenario? Remember Key words Say… Technical signs Interpreter resource Sign tapes = professional development Good for collegial interaction Propose the purchase to the school with rationale There is a tenet in the NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct states : Interpreters are to engage in professional development In this situation …the tapes could benefit both students and interpreters Therefore I would …develop a written proposal with the costs and the rationale for their purchase and get it to the appropriate parties at the school. PTA or Administration
  • Example # 5
    • Your school is having an after-hours program and the AP asks you to stay after school to interpret for the DHH students. How do you respond?
  • Your school is having an after-hours program and the AP asks you to stay after school to interpret for the DHH students. How do you respond?
    • K
    • A
    • R
    Application What about this scenario does/does not fit with the previously cited tenet? Response How I would respond in this particular situation Knowledge Which tenet applies to this scenario? Remember Key words Say… After hours Occurs after hours so is not covered in regular pay Propose compensation and give reasons why There is a tenet in the NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct states : Interpreters should charge fair and reasonable fees for services; arrange for payment in a professional and judicious manner. In this situation …the assignment takes place after-hours and I would want to be compensated for my time Therefore I would …find out from the AP how to go about submitting my hours for extra-duty pay.
  • Example #6
    • The student for whom you interpret is angry about a poor grade on a project. During the discussion with the teacher he signs “You just don’t like deaf kids…pea brain” What would you do?
  • The student for whom you interpret is angry about a poor grade on a project. During the discussion with the teacher he signs “You just don’t like deaf kids…pea brain” What would you do?
    • K
    • A
    • R
    Application What about this scenario does/does not fit with the previously cited tenet? Response How I would respond in this particular situation Knowledge Which tenet applies to this scenario? Remember Key words Say… He signs Don’ t like deaf kids, Pea brain, Student to teacher Interpret There is a tenet in the NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct states : Interpreters shall render the message faithfully, conveying the content and spirit of the speaker. In this situation …the comments are a little inflammatory but my job is to interpret whatever is said, whether signed or voiced. Therefore I would …voice the student’s comments including the spirit and content.
  • Possible lead ins…
    • According to the NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct , interpreters....
    • Abiding by the NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct…
    • The NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct directs interpreters to...
    • The NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct states that an interpreter may...
    • As an interpreter following the NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct which specifically directs interpreters to...
  • Possible lead ins…
    • There is a tenet in the NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct which states that interpreters avoid...
    • As an educational interpreter in compliance with the NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct , it is my duty to...
    • In upholding the NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct , an interpreter is to…….
    • The NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct clearly states that...
    • .....as stated in the NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct
  • Warm-up
    • Use this time wisely!
    • Review each section
    • Pay attention to details
    • Accustom yourself to the signing styles
    • Look for mode in the interactive sections
    • What are they talking about????
  • Performance Section
    • Do you know the process?
    • Do you know the difference between interpreting and transliterating?
    • Can the raters hear you?
    • Are you still breathing?
  • Process - Performance
    • 5 sections
    • Sit or stand? Once you decide you will remain that way until the test is complete.
    • Check for volume and glare
    • The test will run continuously, with a fifteen second blue screen at the end of each segment, until all five segments are complete.
    • Do It!
  • Interactive
    • Interpret or transliterate
      • Match the consumers’ modes
    • Speak loud enough for the camera mike to pick up your voice!
    • Use English grammar when voicing
    • Remember when to use 1 st , 2 nd , or 3 rd person
    • Use processing time
  • Transliterating – V/S
    • Show me the English!
    • Mouth the English
    • Watch your structure
    • Clear fingerspelling
    • Conceptual accuracy
    • Use processing time
  • Interpreting – V/S
    • Clarity of signs
    • Use space
    • ASL structure
    • Conceptual accuracy
    • Register
    • Age appropriate vocabulary and personification
    • Use processing time
  • Interpreting – S/V
    • English structure
    • Can we hear you now?
    • Use processing time
    • Where are you supposed to
    • L k ????
  • What do raters look for? V/S
    • Clear and appropriate parameters
    • Conceptual accuracy
    • Clear thought/sentence breaks
    • Clear fingerspelling
    • Appropriate use of space and role shifting
    • Appropriate non-manual markers/grammar
    • Appropriate structure
    • Appropriate Register
    • Overall message accuracy
  • What do raters look for? S/V
    • Clear and controlled voice
    • Conceptual accuracy
    • Clear thought/sentence breaks
    • Appropriate intonation and affect
    • Use of pronouns
    • 1 st , 2 nd , and 3 rd person
    • Use of a variety of English constructs
    • Appropriate Register
    • Appropriate structure
    • Overall message accuracy
  • Results Process
    • There are three(3) separate portions of the evaluation
    • Each portion of the evaluation is rated separately
    • In order to receive a passing score or level you must pass all three portions of the evaluation
  • EIE Levels
    • EIE I - 60% - 74% on the performance
      • With passing score of 75% or better on the written and interview portions of the test
    • EIE II - 75% - 89% on the performance
      • With passing score of 75% or better on the written and interview portions of the test
    • EIE III – 90% - 100% on the performance
      • With passing score of 75% or better on the written and interview portions of the test
    • Less than 60% - on the performance results in no level regardless of scores on the written and interview portions of the test
  • REMEMBER
    • You do this all the time!
    • Do what you know!
    • Breathe!
    • Relax!
  • Before your test
    • Make sure you get a good night’s rest
    • Lay out your clothes
    • Map your way to the testing site
    • Double check your warm up/ test time