Video prompting, a form of video modeling, has a participant watch a video clip of one step of a task. Next, the participant has the opportunity to complete the step before viewing the next step. Video prompts employ a first person perspective which differs from video modeling. The emerging database shows video prompting has great effect teaching students a variety of skills.
In the upcoming webinar Dr. Jenn Wertalik will explain the basics of video prompting. She will also show how to add frequency building (i.e., a systematic practice procedure resulting in fluency) to video prompting. Dr. Wertalik will share videos and data from participants in a recent experimental study showing the dramatic effects of combining video prompting and frequency building.
The basics of video prompting.
The difference between first and third person point of view for video-based instruction.
Skills and behaviors amenable to video prompting.
How frequency building augments video prompting.
We believe the "learner knows best," and it is our privileged responsibility to adapt educational materials to our learners' needs. We do so by precisely measuring behavior, judging the outcomes of the performance intervention on a standard chart, and make changes if the data tell us an adaptation is in order.