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Floreo Educator Webinar

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Published on Oct 15, 2019

Join Heather and Rita for a discussion on how to incorporate Floreo Virtual Reality experiences to teach and reinforce competencies in social interactions, life skills and self-regulation. Imagine you could observe and guide your students on positive peer social interactions in a school cafeteria — or transport your students directly to a city street and coach them on how to interact with police officers. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a calming space, such as an aquarium, where a student could ‘chill out’ without leaving the classroom?

The webinar includes:
-How Floreo works (what you will need)
-An explanation of the (ever-expanding) Content library
-How to set up Floreo VR as a group experience
-A demonstration of one of the lessons
-How to use the experience to work on target behaviors that are beyond the stated objectives
-Features of the app, including: “More info”; Sleep mode
-Support materials: https://floreotech.com/resources
-Tips for using the functionality of the iPad to easily make your own visual supports

Floreo offers safe and repeatable experiences for students (7 years and up) and has content that is appropriate for Learners of all language levels.

Overview of School-based content: Acclimating to various places in a school (the hallway, the classroom and cafeteria); Differentiating between friendly, unfriendly and neutral peers in a school hallway and responding accordingly; understanding and responding to small talk in a school hallway; identifying a seatmate in the classroom; attending to the teacher when she starts class; responding to a teacher’s questions; raising a hand and waiting to be called on; refraining from correcting other students when a wrong answer is given; finding a welcoming group in a cafeteria; joining in a conversation in a cafeteria; inviting someone to the table; introducing peers.

Overview of Community-based lessons: Learning a street crossing routine as well as recognizing rule breaking (cars that don’t stop or a jaywalker); encountering a police officer and answering questions

Overview of Social Building Blocks content: understanding cause and effect; responding to a sound source; visual tracking; responding to a point; shifting eye gaze in joint attention interactions; imitation (responding and initiating); using communicative gestures




Overview of the Self-regulation content: passive calming and alerting environments; developing a mindful breathing routine; developing body awareness for mindful thinking

Did you know that YouTube allows you to speed up or slow down the Playback Speed? Tap on those 3 dots on the corner of the screen and adjust the playback speed. Listen at double speed and get all the information in this video in half the time!

PRESENTERS:
Heather Manning, MEd.: Head of Community Development, Floreo, Inc.
Rita Solórzano, MA CCC-SLP: Director of Therapy Content, Floreo, Inc.

Find Floreo in the APP store: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/floreo-...

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