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Sunday, December 13 • 10:30am - 11:00am
Video Self- and Peer-Modeling for Supporting Students with Autism

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In this session, participants will learn about research that supports the use of video self-modeling and video peer-modeling for the benefit of students with autism spectrum disorder. Best practices for teacher creation of these videos will be described, and examples will be shared. Additionally, in acknowledging the benefits of inclusive practices and development of compassion and empathy in typically-developing students, ideas for engaging student peers in the actual creation (filming, editing, and use) of these videos will be addressed. Participants who will benefit most from this session are special education teachers, and general education teachers who teach in inclusive classrooms; examples across all grade levels will be included in this presentation.

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Rachel Potter

Director, Applied Behavior Analysis & Autism Studies, Mary Baldwin University

Sunday December 13, 2020 10:30am - 11:00am EST
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