Video modeling is a promising behavioral intervention that has myriad applications for students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Video modeling uses visual cues, an effective strategy for instructing students with ASD, who are often visual learners, and modeling, an evidence-based strategy that is effective across ages and populations. Over the past three decades, research has demonstrated that video modeling can be a valuable tool for instructing children with ASD in a variety of skills, and that once a skill is learned through this process, it is maintained over time and generalized across settings. Recent research qualifies video modeling as an evidence-based intervention, which has implications for its use with students with ASD in the school setting (Bellini & Akullian, 2007).
"Video Modeling: An Effective, Evidence-Based Practice for Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders,"
LC Journal of Special Education: Vol. 4, Article 3.
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