Preparing for your next VQAS screening

  • 11 May 2019
  • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • 1651 E Parham Rd, Richmond, VA 23228, Burnette Hall Rm 200

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VDOE Regions 1, 3 & 8 Educational Interpreter Grant

in conjunction with J.S Reynolds Community College present

 “Preparing for your next VQAS screening

      Dr. Rhonda Jennings-Arey

       Date:  May 11, 2019     

   Time: 9:00 am-4:00 pm

0.6 RID CEUs Sponsored by VRID

Location:  JSRCC/Parham Road Campus

1651 E Parham Rd, Richmond, VA 23228

Burnette Hall/Room 200

Workshop Description: This workshop will focus on identifying individual deliberate practice activities to match diagnostic feedback from the VQAS. We will compare different activities to show which best fit areas of improvement.  

  • Participants will be able to identify 3 activities they can do to target specific skill areas
  • Participants will be introduced to a work plan template as a part of long-term planning for skill development (use the one from INT 133/134)
  • Participants will learn to use their diagnostics to inform their work plan

Presenter Bio Dr. Rhonda Jennings-Arey has twenty years of teaching experience at the K-12 level. She worked at the Maryland Schools for the Deaf before returning home to her alma mater, the Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind in Staunton, Virginia. Rhonda has taught in all grades from Pre-Kindergarten to high school, specializing in English and American Sign Language for Deaf students, hearing students as a second language, and hearing faculty and staff. At the post-secondary level, Rhonda is an adjunct at the Radford University, J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College, and Tidewater Community College. She has also taught at several other colleges. Dr. Jennings-Arey has degrees in Deaf Education, Sign Language Education, Literacy Specialization, and Administration and Supervision. She obtained her doctorate degree in Post-Secondary and Adult Education in May 2016. She was the co-founder of VSDB’s ASL/English Bilingual Education Training program. She has an ASLTA certification at the qualified level and endorsement in ASL instruction through the state of Virginia. She is currently certified by RID as a Certified Deaf Interpreter where she works as a freelance interpreter. She lives in Staunton, VA where her family resides and in Louisville, KY where she works full-time as an Associate Professor at the University of Louisville.

This workshop is presented at no cost to K-12 interpreters.  To register, go to VRID.org and click on the workshop link.  Grant participants should contact Sandra Blue, sandrablue2@gmail.com for the training code.  VRID is an Approved RID CMP Sponsor for Continuing Education Activities. This Professional Studies program is offered for 0.6 CEUs at the Little/None Content Knowledge Level.

If you require a reasonable accommodation for this event, please contact Sandra Blue by May 1, 2019.

    


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