Classes, Workshops & Conferences
Student Summer Program - New Mexico Challenge: Adventures of Self-Discovery
June 14 - 26, 2015
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NMSD’s summer program is specifically designed to provide deaf and hard of hearing children with the unique opportunity to open their eyes and experience new ideas, situations, people and cultures.
Full two week participation is expected. Tuition and room and board for this two-week adventure are provided free of charge to eligible children and youth from New Mexico who will be in grades Preschool -12 this fall.
- Preschoolers age 5 and under can attend as day students, Monday - Friday for both weeks.
- Local children ages 6 and 7 can stay in the residential cottages during the week. Weekend accommodations can be arranged for non-local children.
- Children ages 8 and up will stay on campus for the full two weeks and will go camping.
We offer a place where academic and non-academic activities come together in fun and adventurous ways. Students forge strong friendships and expand their understanding of their community and the world.
Student Summer Program Contact:
(505) 476-6433 (voice)
(505) 216-2021 (videophone)
(800) 476-6525 (Fax)
K-12 Interpreter Intensive
Summer 2015 programs and dates for K-12 Interpreters are to be determined.
The Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment (EIPA) was offered June 12-13, 2014 on the NMSD campus in Santa Fe. NMSD only provided space for the testing.
To register or to inquire about the testing, visit: TAESE - EIPA Registration
Session 1: July 21-24
Session 2: July 28-31
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Inmersión en ASL
Sesión 1: 21-24 de julio
Sesión 2: 28-31 de julio
ASL Immersion is an immersion program in American Sign Language (ASL) that allows participants tounderstand how it feels to depend on one’s eyes rather than one’s ears to communicate and interact with the world. There are periods of instruction, including modeling, creative invention, mime, vocabulary, and of course, sentence structure. Students practice with each other, their teachers, members of the NMSD staff, and visiting members of the Deaf Community. On field trips, they try their skills on the Santa Fe population. Participants leave
with a more complete understanding of Deafness and an improved ability to
communicate in ASL.
For information on any of the above classes, workshops or conferences contact:
Director of the Center for Educational Consultation & Training
(505) 476-6400 (Voice)
(800) 841-6699 (v/tty)