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Virtual EBP Implementation

 
Alternative Videos

ETR's Alternative Video Guidance document directs educators to free videos that can be used to replace the videos in MPC, BPBR, and MAD. The identified alternative videos were selected for their ease of use and medically accurate and inclusive content. For each video, ETR has provided new discussion questions and key points or takeaways for the educator.

Alternative Video Guidance

Be Proud Be Responsible: Virtual Implementation

There are two customizable templates for virtual ebp implementation available for Be Proud Be Responsible: synchronous (learning together in real time) and asynchronous (learning on one's own time). The asynchronous template can also accommodate a model that combines the two online approaches.

Template for Synchronous Learning

The first template was developed for synchronous learning, which requires young people to meet virtually in real time via platforms such as Zoom, Google Hangout, or Microsoft Teams. Guided by BPBR's learning objectives (Word), the template includes a very basic, customizable PowerPoint presentation for each module and a script that clearly indicates when and how to engage young people in activities using the platform's interactive features.

English

Note: For module 2 and 5A scripts, refer to the BPBR curriculum.

 
  Full Script
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Module 5
Module 5A
Module 6

Spanish

 
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Module 5
Module 5A
Module 6

Template for Asynchronous Learning

The second template was developed for asynchronous learning using Google Classroom as the online platform. Young people will work on their own through the curriculum, module by module, submitting assignments for each module.

The template is designed for young people to work individually, but it can also accommodate a combined asynchronous/synchronous format. The Google Classroom platform includes interactive features like chats, real-time group sessions, and email contacts with group members. Access to these interactive features may vary among implementation sites. If educators can access these features, they can modify the template and indicate the additions in their virtual implementation plan.

Access to the BPBR Google Classroom template is by invitation only. Please contact Heather at haw48@cornell.edu.

Implementation Plan and Checklist

Remember to submit your implementation plan to your ACT for Youth TA provider before implementing. (See Virtual EBP Implementation.)
 

Preparation Checklist (optional)

Use this checklist to clarify the implementation conditions: size of group, frequency and length of meetings, technology restrictions, platforms used, etc.

 

BPBR Virtual Implementation Plan

Use this document to describe the planned implementation, ACT-provided EBP template used, additional modifications, e-tools and apps used, etc.

Additional Tools for Educators

These tools may be especially useful for the educator who is getting ready to present virtually. Use the Virtual Training Preparation Checklist to consider educator and participant readiness and to troubleshoot technical details. Virtual Training Tips include pointers from presenters who are experienced in delivering programs in the virtual space.
 

Virtual Training Preparation Checklist

Virtual Training Tips

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