Using Video Modeling & Prompting to Teach Transition Skills to Students with Disabilities
Dr. Ryan Kellems – BYU
Have you ever wanted to use the evidence-based practice of video modeling or video prompting? This presentation will explain the different ways video modeling and video prompting can effectively be used as a means of teaching different transition related skills in school, community and work-based settings.
To download the Video Modeling/Prompting Implementation Guide, click here.
To download the presentation’s powerpoint, click here.
To download Dr. Kellem’s article on video modeling and prompting, click here.
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