Remote Learning During COVID-19: Accessing Educational Supports via Social Media (OS092)

  • PMD: 2,8
  • Skill Level: Introduction
  • Session 11: Consultation and Collaboration With Educators and Parents
  • Live Chat:
    (Posters available on demand at any time during the convention week and for sixty days thereafter.)

Learner Objectives

This session will help participants…

  1. describe how the delivery of information via social media fits into a comprehensive role as outlined by the NASP Practice Model.
  2. become familiar with a school-based consultation program and innovations in its delivery of services during school dismissal and physical distancing.
  3. learn about the details and implications of using social media as a tool to provide access to information to caregivers during physical distancing.

Description

The current study analyzed the provision of evidence-based behavior and social–emotional learning strategies via short, animated video clips through social media (SM). Analyses targeted accessibility outcomes; specifically total views, impressions, and number of countries reached. Results showed English videos were viewed more than other languages with significantly greater number of views in Spanish, Portuguese, and Mandarin on Facebook. Participants will learn about details and implications of using SM to provide information to caregivers during physical distancing.

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Presenter(s)

Anniette Maldonado, University of Utah
Ashley N. Coombs, University of Utah
Merry Feng, University of Utah
Janaina A. Sill, University of Utah

Contributor(s)

Shengtian Wu, Christina C. Hesley, Aaron J. Fischer, Gerry Trelease

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