These are examples of video self-modeling for school-based learning. This first video is an overview of how to use video self-modeling with children. Notice how the videos are not complicated nor are they of Hollywood quality. They are simple videos created by teachers, speech language pathologists, school psychologists, and physical therapists who work directly with children. High quality production is not necessary in order to make fast, lasting change in behavior.
Video self-modeling works equally well with and has many applications for adults, including for sales pitches, teaching skills, and public speaking.
This is an example of using video self-modeling to teach communication with an alternative communication device.
This shows how to teach a child to answer “What” questions.
Video self-modeling can also teach a child to raise their hand to answer questions in class.
Video self-modeling helped this child eat a variety of foods.