Youcue Feelings : Using Online Videos for Social Learning
Feelings are an important part of relationships, yet students with social learning challenges (some with diagnoses such as Autism Spectrum, Social Communication Disorder or ADHD) often struggle understanding their own feelings as well as the feelings of others. YouCue Feelings uses the engaging material of online videos to make learning about feelings and relationships easy and fun. Included in YouCue Feelings: -Summaries and titles of 25 YouTube videos recommended for social learning - just look them up on YouTube to use -25 YouCue Activities Level 1 - targeting social understanding of the videos -25 YouCue Activities Level 2 - targeting making connections to self -Appendices including feeling lists, recommended books, and more -Purchases registered through the author receive ongoing updates & new video recommendations In this first book of a series, author Anna Vagin, PhD, draws on her thirty years of experience working with children to show therapists, teachers, and parents how to support elementary and middle school students in building their emotional vocabulary, tracking changes in feelings over time, and increasing their ability to reflect on their own emotional experiences. YouCue Feelings guides students in thinking about, talking about, and ultimately, practicing important social learning ideas in their everyday lives.
- Paperback | 84 pages
- 150 x 226 x 8mm | 136g
- 25 Mar 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Anna Vagin Phd
Anna Vagin, PhD, is a licensed speech/language pathologist with over 30 years experience. Currently in private practice in Marin County, she provides individual sessions and social learning groups to families and children 6 months through college age. Her particular interest is using media to support social thinking in students with diagnoses such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD/ADD, and Anxiety Disorder, or who have social learning challenges. Dr. Vagin received her doctorate from UC Berkeley and SFSU, writing her dissertation on the subject of mother-child interaction in children with cleft lip and palate. Her particular areas of study were attachment theory, early child language, and cranio-facial disfigurement. She studied mother-child interaction with Anne Fernald, PhD at Stanford University's Center for Infant Studies. She provides consultation to parents and schools, and is a frequent speaker in the US and Canada on topics related to social cognition. She is the author of Movie Time Social Learning (2012) and YouCue Feelings: Online Video Viewing for Social Learning (2015).