Mindfulness for Interpreters
The primary purpose of this course is to support student interpreters by helping them develop some of the general cognitive and affective abilities that underlie interpreting. These include the ability to focus, sustain, and shift one’s attention, to be at once alert and relaxed, and to handle internal distractors like performance anxiety and self-criticism.
The course, however, is open to all MIIS students. It does not involve any interpreting-like tasks, but rather builds these abilities through practice at simply paying attention in the present moment on purpose and non-judgmentally.
- TI - All General
- Translation & Interpretation
- Transltn, Interpret & Lang Edu
- Requirements Fulfilled:
Fall 2017 - MIIS, MIIS First Half of Term
TIAG8520A-F17 Lecture (Johnson)
Spring 2017 - MIIS, MIIS First Half of Term
TIAG8520A-S17 Lecture (Johnson)
Fall 2016 - MIIS, MIIS First Half of Term
TIAG8520A-F16 Lecture (Johnson)
Spring 2016 - MIIS, MIIS First Half of Term
TIAG8520A-S16 Lecture (Johnson)