Video modeling for young children with autism spectrum disorders : a practical guide for parents and professionals
- London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2013.
- Physical Description:
- 144 pages : illustrations, forms ; 23 cm
- Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Basic Video Modeling (BVM) -- Steps to Basic Video Modeling -- Basic Video Modeling case studies -- David (two years old): Holding hands while walking -- Bryce (two-and-a-half years old): Responding to safety directions -- Greta (two-and-a-half years old): Swimming lessons -- Rudy (three years old): Imitating motor movements -- Preschool classroom (three to five years old): Classroom routines -- ch. 2 Video Self-Modeling (VSM) -- Steps to Video Self-Modeling -- Video Self-Modeling case studies -- Brig (22 months old): Getting dressed -- Jamira (three-and-a-half years old): Toileting -- Robert (four years old): Increasing positive facial affect and initiation of play -- Ahmad (four-and-a-half years old): Initiating play with peers -- Jean (six years old): Reducing anxiety -- ch. 3 Point-of-view Video Modeling (PVM) -- Steps to Point-of-view Video Modeling -- Point-of-view Video Modeling case studies -- Rita (23 months old): Expressive language -- John (two-and-a-half years old): Functional play and increased attention -- Billie (three years old): Independent, structured play -- Ayla (three-and-a-half years old): Art project -- Artie (four years old): Sensory play -- Kooper (five years old): Cleaning up toys -- ch. 4 Review of Current Research on Video Modeling -- Basic Video Modeling -- Video Self-Modeling -- Point-of-view Video Modeling -- ch. 5 Other Uses of Video-Recording Devices -- Reflective practices -- Adult training -- Progress monitoring -- Lesson extension activities.
- 9781849059008 (alk. paper)
1849059004 (alk. paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 137-138) and index.
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