CAHELP Guide of Professional Learning Courses

Putting EBPs into Practice: Video Modeling AUTISM

For more information or to register for this training, visit: https://www.cahelp.org/

The National Clearinghouse on Autism Evidence and Practice released the 2020 evidence-based practices report identifying 28 evidence-based practices (EBPs) for autism. Video modeling is one of the 28 EBPs identified. This training will discuss what video modeling is, when it is used, how to create one, and why they are used. Examples of various video models will be shared demonstrating how they can be used to support student success in various domains. Participants will independently view an online module then participate in a scheduled 3-hour session connecting information from the module to practices in the classroom, in the community, or in the home. There will be opportunities to ask questions, share insights, and access additional resources and examples of video modeling in practice. By the end of the training participants will be able to identify the four types of video models, name various activities where video models can be used, and identify one activity and the type of video model to use with one individual with autism.

Intended Audience

General educators, special educators, service providers, clinicians, and families.

# JENNIFER ROUNTREE PROGRAM SPECIALIST ¨ (442) 292-5094 x234  jennifer.rountree@cahelp.org 2 3:00 Hours

LCAP Priorities

Ɔ Pupil Engagement, Pupil Achievement

Putting EBPs into Practice: Visual Supports AUTISM

For more information or to register for this training, visit: https://www.cahelp.org/

The National Clearinghouse on Autism Evidence and Practice released the 2020 evidence-based practices report identifying 28 evidence-based practices (EBPs) for autism. Visual supports is one of the 28 EBPs identified. This training will discuss visual supports, when, how, and why they are used. Examples of various visual supports will be shared demonstrating how they can support student success in various domains. Participants will independently view an online module then participate in a scheduled 3-hour session connecting information from the module to practices in the classroom, in the community, or in the home. This time will include opportunities to ask questions, share insights, practice, access additional resources, and examples of visual supports in practice. By the end of the training participants will be able to identify the three types of visual supports, name various activities where visual supports can be used, and identify what type of visual support will be best to use with at least one individual with autism.

Intended Audience

General educators, special educators, service providers, clinicians, and families.

# JENNIFER ROUNTREE PROGRAM SPECIALIST ¨ (442) 292-5094 x234  jennifer.rountree@cahelp.org 2 3:00 Hours

LCAP Priorities

Ɔ Pupil Engagement, Pupil Achievement

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