American code of ethics for sign language teachers translated in Japanese

October 18, 2011

Code of ethics for persons engaged in sign language instruction or interpreter training never exists in Japan.

The Sign Language Teacher Center, Inc. has believed that the code of ethics is needed for Japanese sign language teachers and interpreting trainers, and has translated the "Code of Ethics of the American Sign Language Teachers Association (ASLTA)" into Japanese.

The Center is thinking to develop its original code of ethics, referring to ASLTA, etc.

ASLTA's Code of Ethics translated in Japanese:

ASLTA Code of Ethics in English:

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