Video modeling is a mode of teaching that uses video recording and display equipment to provide a visual model of the targeted behavior or skill. Types of video modeling include basic video modeling, video self-modeling, point-of-view video modeling, and video prompting. Basic video modeling involves recording someone besides the learner engaging in the target behavior or skill (i.e., models). The video is then viewed by the learner at a later time. Video self-modeling is used to record the learner displaying the target skill or behavior and is reviewed later. Point-of-view video modeling is when the target behavior or skill is recorded from the perspective of the learner. Video prompting involves breaking the behavior skill into steps and recording each step with incorporated pauses during which the learner may attempt the step before viewing subsequent steps. Video prompting may be done with either the learner or someone else acting as a model.
From Evidence-Based Practice: Video Modeling by The National Professional Development Center on Autism Spectrum Disorder
Video Modeling Scenes
- Greeting An Acquaintance
- Joining A Small Group In Conversation
- Greeting A Friend With Empathy
- Greeting A Friend To Initiate A Conversation
- Greeting A Friend In Passing
This video was filmed at Glasgow High School.