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ONLINE COURSES

Anna Vagin Ceus

"That's So Annoying!" Part 1: Helping Students Explore and Recognize the Feeling of Being Annoyed

April 12, 2019

Past Speaking Events/Interviews

PODCAST/RADIO INTERVIEWS/SUMMITS

CSHA Flexibility 

Global Autism Summit II: Q&A with Anna Vagin

Autism w/ Dr. Andy McCabe Interview with Anna Vagin

October 14, 2020

March 23, 2020

April 11, 2019

Beyond Hello: Building Conversation Skills in Children with ADHD

Telepractice Today: Dr. Anna Vagin Discusses Social Learning Therapy

The SLP Podcast: Tips for Success with Social Language Groups with Anna Vagin, PhD, CCC-SLP

The Speech Link: "Turn it On: Using Media as Social Learning Material" - Anna Vagin, PhD, CCC-SLP

Global Autism Summit: Turn It On: Strengthening Social Cognition with Video Animations & Tabletop Games

ADHD Middle School Summit: Play to Practice: Gaming for Social Learning (still accessible via affiliate link)

ADDitudemag Webinars: Hello. Building Conversation Skills in Children with ADHD

ADDitudemag Webinars: Raise Your Child’s Social Skills IQ with YouTube, Video & Board Games

ADDitudemag Webinars: Comeback kids: building resilience in anxious & risk averse students

SPEAKING (in-person and virtual)

CUNY: Turn it on: harnessing the power of Games & media for social learning

Toronto District School Board: Turn It On: Harnessing the Power of Games & Media for Social Learning

PAX Prime: Kinect Adventures to Call of Duty: Building Bridges from Video Gaming to Social Learning

Chicago Northern Suburban NSSLHA: Assumed knowledge: strengthening the core of social cognition

 

Ottowa Autism Centre: Turn It On: Using Media to Support Social 

Utah Valley University Conference on Autism: Step by step: building resilience in anxious & risk averse students

 

Marin SELPA: YouCue Bootcamp: Pathways for Social Learning: Flexibility Resilience & Practice

 

Baylor University: Assumed Knowledge: Strengthening the Core of Social Cognition & Conversation with Animated Videos & Games

Innovators in Special Education: Keep Them Talking! Conversation Paths for Teletherapy

Marin SELPA: Keep Talking: Narrative Development for Language & Social Learning

Berkeley Unified School District: “Hi” and “Bye” are Easy – It’s the Middle Part That’s Tricky

Marin SELPA Parents: Play2Practice: Raising Our Comfort Level Working with Emotions 

Marin SELPA Parents:  Keep Talking: Narrative Development for Language & Social Learning

Sacramento Area Speech & Hearing Association Conference: Assumed Knowledge: Strengthening the Core of Social Cognition 

Ascend Rehab Services: Strengthening the Social Core: Supporting Inference from a Social Cognitive Perspective 

Ascend Rehab Services: Inward Think, Outward Change: How We Influence Student Learning

Vallejo Unified School District: Turn It On: Harnessing the Power of Games & Media for Social Learning

Irvine Unified School District: “Hi” and “Bye” are Easy – It’s the Middle Part That’s Tricky

Irvine Unified School District: Keep Talking: Narrative Development for Language & Social Learning

WEBINARS

Comeback Kids: Building Resilience in Students with ADHD

MindWing Concepts: Play…Pause…SGM! Incorporating SGM Tools into Social and Language Learning with YouTube

 

 

CSHA Convergence 2020: YouCue Bootcamp

ADDITUDEMAG.COM WEBINARS

Full Index of ADDitude Webinars / Podcast Episodes & Slides by Date

“Improve Your Child’s Social Smarts with YouTube, Video & Board Games” with Anna Vagin, Ph.D.

YouTube and the Art of Cooperation: Practicing Collaboration with Videos

“Beyond Hello: Building Conversation Skills in Children with ADHD” with Anna Vagin, Ph.D.

The YouTube Solution — Social Learning Using Online Videos

ARTICLES

YouTube and the Art of Cooperation: Practicing Collaboration with Videos

Play. Pause. Learn. Media as Social-Emotional Learning Material

Dec 3, 2018

16 YouTube Videos That Teach Social Skills

Top 10 YouTube Videos for Social Learning

Screens, Students, and ASD Tips For Meeting Your Child’s Needs During COVID-19