The Power of YouTube Social Learning Using Online Videos

Replay this free expert webinar with Anna Vagin, Ph.D., and download the expert slides.
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Watch the free replay of the webinar The Power of YouTube Social Learning Using Online Videos with Anna Vagin, Ph.D. originally aired Thursday, January 21, 2015 and download the expert slides.

Social relationships are complex – and tricky to teach. Reading social cues like facial expressions, engaging and working with others, and knowing how to respond when things don’t go as we expect are all critical skills that parents, teachers, and therapists struggle to teach. YouTube can provide lots of engaging and effective material, says Anna Vagin, Ph.D., an expert in ADHD and autism spectrum disorder.

This webinar addresses…

> How to use YouTube videos as a social learning material with your child

> How to jump-start discussions about feelings

> How to encourage your child to think about their social behavior

> How to include social learning as part of your family’s daily dialog

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About the Host

Anna Vagin, Ph.D. is a licensed speech/language pathologist with over 30 years experience. In her private practice in Marin County, California, she provides individual sessions and social learning groups to children, young adults, and their families. Her particular interest is using media to support social thinking in students with diagnoses such as ASD, ADHD, NVLD, Language Disorder, Anxiety Disorder, Social Communication Disorder or Twice-Exceptional. She provides consultation to parents and schools, and is a frequent speaker in the U.S. and Canada on topics related to social cognition. She is the author of Movie Time Social Learning (2013) and YouCue Feelings: Online Video Viewing for Social Learning (2015).

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