Today’s spotlight is on
The Next Generation of Research in Interpreter Education
by Cynthia Roy, Betsy Winston, Paul Harrelson, Annie Marks, Chan Yi Hin, Jeremy Rodgers, Kimberly Bates, Kimberly Boeh, Stephen Fitzmaurice
In this interactive session, a panel of new interpreter educators will compare their personal narratives and elaborate on “what I wish I would have known as a new interpreter educator.” The presenters will share their realizations of working in institutions among colleagues and students as well as new research and data-based practices about personal development and leadership. Participants and presenters will brainstorm and share ideas of how experienced interpreter educators and new interpreter educators can partner together to establish mentorships, mutually provide support, and encourage ongoing collaboration. What do you wish you would have known? Whether you are a new or seasoned interpreter educator, come and join the discussion on becoming, mentoring, and supporting the educators that will lead us to new heights.
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About this Spotlight Series
CIT has played a significant role in the history of interpreter education in the United States. The conference proceedings on this page include workshop abstracts, papers, and business meeting minutes for many of these conferences.
The goals of the Proceedings Spotlight are to highlight:
- the valuable information and hard work that has gone into creating the CIT Proceedings,
- the importance of CIT in the history of interpreter education in the United States, and how conference proceedings have played a part in furthering interpreter education,
- different ways that Proceedings can be used to enhance and support research, education, and mentoring within the interpreting field,
- and positive outcomes, such as student success or enhanced skill development, as a result of applying the information shared within the CIT Proceedings.