Overview of Video Modeling
Video modeling is a strategy that uses video to display, illustrate, and teach a desired social skill within a specific setting.
This one-minute video, created to teach students the steps involved in washing their hands, provides an example of video modeling.
Written by Sarah Hansen of the Hussman Institute for Autism, this article presents the ten steps involved in implementing video modeling strategies.
This web page provides eleven examples of video modeling, including videos on how to make a phone call and how to wash dishes.
In this five-minute video, May Beaubrun, a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst at Brett DiNovi & Associates discusses teaching strategies for learners with autism using video modeling.
The Austism Internet Modules, created by OCALI, guide users through case studies, instructional videos, pre- and post-assessments, discussion questions, activities, and more. Please Note: To access these OCALI modules, you need to create a free account with OCALI.
Created by the VOISS team, this Google Slides presentation is designed either to provide individual educators with an overview of video modeling or for instructors to introduce the concept to a group of educators.