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A Comparison of the Acquisition of Play Skills Using Instructor-Created Video Models and Commercially Available Videos

A Comparison of the Acquisition of Play Skills Using Instructor-Created Video Models and... Abstract: We compared the effects of a commercially-available children's video relative to an instructor-created video model on the acquisition of play skills with three children diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. Each participant was exposed to one commercially-available video model for one play scenario and one instructor-created video for a different play scenario and the resulting number of actions and vocalizations were recorded. Two children learned more rapidly using the instructor-created video format and the third had similar acquisition rates in both conditions. Additionally, participants attended to video and toys equally across the two video formats. Results are discussed as they relate to use of instructor created videos to teach play. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Education and Treatment of Children West Virginia University Press

A Comparison of the Acquisition of Play Skills Using Instructor-Created Video Models and Commercially Available Videos

Education and Treatment of Children , Volume 33 (3) – Aug 22, 2010

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Abstract: We compared the effects of a commercially-available children's video relative to an instructor-created video model on the acquisition of play skills with three children diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. Each participant was exposed to one commercially-available video model for one play scenario and one instructor-created video for a different play scenario and the resulting number of actions and vocalizations were recorded. Two children learned more rapidly using the instructor-created video format and the third had similar acquisition rates in both conditions. Additionally, participants attended to video and toys equally across the two video formats. Results are discussed as they relate to use of instructor created videos to teach play.

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Education and Treatment of ChildrenWest Virginia University Press

Published: Aug 22, 2010

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