The RID discovered some interpreters taking overlapping virtual workshops for CEU’s.
RID has decided to level the playing field and not require hopeful CDI applicants to go through 40 hours of formalized prep work before sitting for the written portion of the certification examination.
Source: https://rid.org/june-29-ceo-message/ Hello, I’m Star Grieser and I’m RID’s new CEO. I recognize that I’m coming in during a time where a lot is happening; a lot of changes within our organization. I want to first thank RID Board President, Dr. Jonathan Webb. Last year he came to me after seeing my work with CASLI […]
Alan talks broadly about Deaf education, his own education, and describes purposefully failing his 6th grade classes, at the suggestion of his Mother (a teacher) so they would send him back to to the School for the Deaf. He talks about the history of ISDB/IESDB and what contributed to saving the school from closing a […]
Peggy Cutler shares, in ASL, aspects of her high school experience, foster parenting, and self-employment history. Please comment here or at https://facebook.com/deafstory Click here to see all of the collected stories.
Davina Snow describes smashing the family car through a wall of a McDonalds restaurant a few hours after getting her drivers license. Don’t forget to check out Steven Snow’s story (Davina’s husband). It’s an even more dramatic “car story” involving Davina. Feel free to comment here or at https://facebook.com/deafstory