Using Video Modeling to Support Learning for Students with ASD webinar
Date: October 7, 2014
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|Barb Lark, CCC-SLP, ATP||Internet||50||1|
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Video modeling is an effective tool to teach targeted skills by showing a visual model of desired behaviors. Research supports the use of Video Modeling for students with autism disorders from preschool through middle school. These methods have also been used for students with other significant learning challenges. In this webinar we will review some of this research and discuss its relevance for evidence-based practice. We will discuss different types of video modeling and the steps for creating and using video models suggested by the National Professional Development Center on Autism Spectrum. In this interactive webinar, participants are encouraged to share some of their own experiences with video modeling.
There is a broad base of research on the effectiveness of of Video Modeling for children with Autism. You can read one of these research summaries at: http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ846467.pdf
Barb Lark is an Assistive Technology Specialist for the Washington State Special Education Technology Center (SETC). Barb has worked in the public school setting for over 30 years. She has a Master's degree in Speech Pathology and holds a RESNA Assistive Technology Practitioner certificate. Her particular interests and skills are in the areas of Augmentative & Alternative Communication (AAC) and in the development of curriculum support materials using multimedia-rich software.