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Contents From the Editor Introduction What is Video Modeling? What is Video Prompting? Video Modeling and Video Prompting Compared to Other Procedures Types of Learners who Benefit from Video Modeling and Video Prompting Steps in Using Video Modeling and Video Prompting Step 1: Selecting Target Behaviors Step 2: Getting the Right Equipment Step 3: Writing a Script or Developing a Task Analysis Step 4: Obtaining Baseline Data Step 5: Making the Instructional Video Step 6: Arranging the Teaching Environment Step 7: Presenting Video Models and Video Prompts Step 8: Monitoring Progress Step 9: Troubleshooting Step 10: Fading Video Models and Video Prompts Case Study on Using Video Modeling Summary References and Further Reading About the Editor and Authors
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Autism in children.
Autistic children -- Education.
Visual programming (Computer science).