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iVideo: Video Modeling Using Your iPad

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Cindy Nankee

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RESOURCES
Documentation
Assessment
Task Analysis
Tools
Data Collection
Sharing

Evidence Based Practice
Video Modeling
Video Self Modeling
Point of View
Video Prompting


Wireless transfer - Photosync app with Photosync companion download for computer.
iPad Camera Connection Kit
Using a Digital Camera
Load iMovies App to you iPad
Open iMovies on your iPad
Click lower left hand corner. Explore
iMovies App Tutorial:
IMOVIES TUTORIAL
Activity Trainer http://www.dttrainer.com
Social Skill Builder http://www.socialskillbuilder.com/
Conover Company - search itunes apps
Social Skills Sampler app
Survival Signs and Words app
Literacy Sampler
LifeSampler
Commercial Products
http://www.utc.edu/Faculty/Tom-Buggey/ www.siskinvsm.org Siskin Children’s Institute

Video: Tom Buggy Overview of Video Self Modeling

Family testimonial:
Resources
Video modeling is a valuable tool for self improvement
Staff training
Motivation tool
Visual schedule
Assessment
Digital Portfolio
Beyond VSM

Work Time
Select task (ADL routine/motor/language/academic/behavioral)
Determine behavior to change
Task analysis /Story board
Verbal promptss
Select method: Roll play, imitation, self model, peer model, point of view
ACTION ACTIVITY!
Story Board Task Analysis
Imitation
Role Playing (scripted)
Peer model (hand and mouth models)
Point of View
Feed forward
Chaining
Short video clips vs. extended video
VIDEO CAPTURE
The Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions found that teaching autistic students desired behaviors with instructional demonstrations via the iPod, also known as video modeling, improved their ability to move between classrooms without wandering off or hitting each other. The study found the iPod was optimal because video clips could be easily repeated, widely distributed, and watched anywhere.
Research
iPod
The more similar somebody is to the model he is watching, the more closely that person will pay attention to the model (gender, age, race, ability)
People are more likely to attempt a skill if they feel confident they can do it.
Research
Bandura 1997
Acquisition and Maintenance
Dr. Tom Buggy
Research indicates that VSM:
Skills maintain for months
Generalize to other persons and setting
Research
www.universaltech4learning.com
Research
Independent Living
Vocational Training
Transition
Life Skills
Safety
Recreation / Leisure
Job
Shopping
Money management
Community
Activities of Daily Living routines
Dressing
Hygiene
Cooking
Cleaning
Transitions
Home
Motor skills
Perceptual skills
Direction following
ADLs
Communication skills
Gait training
Therapy
Where is VM being used?
Self recognition (ages 18-24 months)
Attention span (2-3 minutes)
Retention or recall
Motor ability
Motivation
Prerequisites
Special Educators
Occupational Therapists
Speech & Language Pathologists
Physical Therapists
Vision & Hearing teachers
Specially Designed Phy. Ed.
Vocational Rehab
Parents & Family
Paraprofessionals
Who is using VSM?
The subject is the model
Focus on positive
*Video is edited so that only the best examples of the behavior or task are viewed.
Expect change
Video Self Modeling
1. Understand best practices for video self modeling.

2. Access to resources for evidence based research.

3. Learn how to capture, edit and organize videos using iMovies and Picture Scheduler.

4. implement video modeling into your therapy program
OBJECTIVES
Take video using the iPad camera, save to camera roll
Take video directly from iMovies using the iPad camera
Transfer video from camera to iPad
Manage video in iTunes
Video Capture
Articles, reviews, tips and tricks on creating videos, buying cameras and editing software http://www.desktop-video-guide.com

Resources
Lights! Camera! Autism! Using video technology to enhance lives
Kate McGinnity, Sharon Hammer, Lisa Ladson
$25.00 Amazon
Resources
Cindy Nankee OTR/L, ATP www.universaltech4learning.com
Karen Stindt, OTR/L, MA, ATP Video Modeling Research Summary posted on www.universaltech4learning.com
Link to youtube playlist for UniversalTech4Learning http://tinyurl.com/af4q5r4
Resources
Tools for Sharing
Results may be immediate
Fade frequency of VSM
No results after 5 viewings
Re-evaluate
Break down task
Plan for Progress
National Professional Development Center http://autismpdc.fpg.unc.edu/
Implementation Checklist for Video Modeling
Data Collection
Prior to activity
Designated time in class schedule
As frequently as they want to view
Mobile, on the fly
Fade out upon goal achievement
Implementation
of Video Playback
Skill developmentally appropriate
Skill within child’s ability
Slightly above function level
TASK ANALYSIS
Determine behavior to change
Determine replacement behavior
Assessent
Department Policy
Video/Photo Release
Parent letter
IEP
Documentation
Research indicates that VSM is an effective means for teaching :
Behavioral functioning
Social Communication Skills
Functional skills
Academic skills and behaviors
Research
Tom Buggey Ph.D.
Seeing Is Believing
http://www.utc.edu/Faculty/Tom-Buggey/
Resource
Research began in the 1970s
Focused on children on the autism spectrum
Dr. Tom Buggey
Albert Bandura
Peter Dowrick
Research
National Professional Development Center on Autism Spectrum Disorder recognizes Video Modeling as an evidence based practice
http://autismpdc.fpg.unc.edu/
AIM – Autism Internet Modules
EBP Briefs – forms, checklist
Evidence Based Practice
Recreation
Activities of Daily Living
Writing skills
Reading fluency
Computer training
Social and behavioral
Classroom
Ally

Success and maintenance

Generalization to other environments
Easy video capture with cameras and mobile devices

Cost effective

Commercial Products
Why VSM?
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Developmental Disorders
ADHD
Downs Syndrome
Cognitive Disabilities
Who Benefits from VSM?
Social Skills
Behavioral skills
Communication
Motor skills
Academic skills
Computer skills
Activities of daily Living
Vocational skills
What is VSM being used for?
(VSM) is a form of observational learning in which videos are manipulated so that a person is able to watch themselves performing a behavior correctly or at an advanced level. (Tom Buggey)
Video Self Modeling
Background & Basics
Case Examples
Evidence Based Research
Planning (documentation etc.
iMovies Tutorial
Implementation
Commercial Products
Resources
Agenda
cindynankee@gmail.com

Jessica Roberts – Success Stories http://teacherslittlehelper.blogspot.com/
Storymovie (2007) Carol Gray and Mark Shelley
25 social stories on DVD, $150.
Resources
Create projects

Edit video: crop, split, zoom, freeze, titles, transitions

Edit audio: dettach, voice over, crop, split, speed.

Share
iMovies 2.0
Resources
Dr. Patricia Wright
Research (Randomized - Case Study)
Professional Judgment (why would it be best for the client)
Values & Preferences (individuals, families, care provider)
Capacity (Ability to deliver and deliver as stated in research)
Evidence Based Practice

Literacy Skills Sampler
Social Skills Sampler
Survival Signs
Life Skills Sampler
Everyday Social Skills
Initiating Social Skills
Money Equivalence
Conover Company Apps http://www.conovercompany.com/
Commercial Products
Planning
Tools
Assessment
Task Anaysis
Storyboard
iPad
iMovies

Planning/Tools
Task Analysis
Develop Storyboard or Script
Video Capture & Editing using
iMovies & Picture Scheduler
It’s A Wrap
Video Modeling
Cindy Nankee
cindynankee@gmail.com
universaltech4learning.com

Using iPad/iMovies/Picture Scheduler
Karen Stindt: A compilation of research.
http://universaltech4learning.com
( Define by skill or behavior not diagnosis)
http://www.universaltech4learning.com
National Professional Development Center on Autisom Spectrum Disorders
http://autismpdc.fpg.unc.edu/content/video-modeling
Video Modeling
Recording someone engaged in the target behavior
Cindy Nankee
Point of View
Recording a task from the perspective of the learner
Video Prompting
Recording individual steps within a task with the opportunity for the learner to practice each step
National Professional Development Center on Autism Spectrum Disorder

http://autismpdc.fpg.unc.edu/
Picture Scheduler
Video Scheduler
Social Express Lite
Model me Kids
Communication Apps
Go Talk Now
iCommunicate
Choiceworks
Visual Schedule Planner
Camera roll
Google Drive
Apps
Device-device
Camera connection kit
Air Play
iTunes
http://tinyurl.com/pao8ry5
vsm vs in vivo
vsm vs peer modeling
http://www.lynchburg.edu/Documents/GraduateStudies/Journal/FieldS.doc
Planning
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