Watch Me Learn successfully and rapidly teaches children skills across all different areas of functioning through video modeling. Watch Me Learn teaches children with autism, speech and language disorders and other developmental delays. Watch Me Learn works because it is a visual teacher that engages learners to watch and learn.
A humorous and entertaining series of workshops that will keep teens and adults engaged and instruct them on how to behave with self-confidence and grace in social situations. The Etiquette Survival DVD Series provides a fun and creative way to teach the basics of good etiquette and have fun in the process! Challenge family members or friends to one of the interactive quizzes and see how much YOU know about etiquette!
Inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity can prevent kids with attention deficit from making—and keeping—friends. How Would You Feel If Each illustrated "card" asks a question, such as, "How would you feel if your favorite football team lost?
Joan Tanenhaus reports on some of the exciting video modeling resources available to teach behavioural, social and communication skills to children with ASD or developmental delays. Begun originally with VCRs, video modeling has expanded greatly with the development of DVDs and has grown even more popular with the inclusion of camera and video-recording capabilities in our phones and tablets. Below are samples of the wide range of video modeling materials for children and adults that are currently available: DVDs, computer software, iPad apps and ways to create your own video modeling videos.
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I strongly recommend it for work with autistic spectrum conditions, learning disabilities, or emotional and behavioural difficulties. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
Social skills will help your child with autism spectrum disorder ASD know how to act in different social situations — from talking to her grandparents when they visit to playing with friends at school. Social skills can help your child make friends, learn from others and develop hobbies and interests. They can also help with family relationships and give your child a sense of belonging.
They present real kids with practical everyday scenarios and dialogue that my kids are missing. I know my students will be able to relate to these lessons more because students their age are teaching them, not adults preaching at them. The format is great--simple, colorful and creative, but not too distracting. I can tell that someone who understands the unique social needs of Asperger's created these lessons.