Using Video Modeling to Teach Social Skills

35 min 56 sec

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Video modeling—using a video to teach and learn new skills—is an evidence-based practice for students with unique learning needs. Easy to implement with readily available technology, video modeling as a classroom strategy can be beneficial for multiple learning styles, ages and ability levels. Who among us hasn’t turned to YouTube tutorials to learn everything from fixing a small appliance to operating our new phone? When teachers use videos in their classrooms, students’ interest levels are automatically piqued.

In this webinar you’ll learn:

  • Why intentionally teaching social skills to all students is important
  • How to incorporate video modeling into your teaching repertoire
  • Practical strategies and technology tools to help make video modeling easy

 

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Webinar on video modeling

Learn more about video modeling and how to incorporate it into your teaching repertoire.

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About the Presenter
Jennifer Schmidt has spent 22 years as a general education teacher, autism consultant, and special educator. She is currently a high school teacher, a college instructor, and an experienced national and international presenter. Jennifer recently published her first book on the use of peer modeling and other evidence-based practices to teach social skills to students with autism. Jennifer earned her bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and master's degree in Special Education from Wright State University.