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Each year, the TASH Conference brings together a diverse community of stakeholders who gain information, learn about resources, and connect with others across the country to strengthen the disability field. This year’s conference theme, “Be Creative - Innovative Solutions for an Inclusive Life,” reminds us to think outside the box during times of uncertainty. Creativity, innovation, and determination can pave the way for meaningful and inclusive lives for people with disabilities.

Friday, November 30 • 2:15pm - 3:05pm
Video Modeling and Video Prompting using Mobile Technology (iPads) for Transition Professionals Seating Available

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The presentation will use an interactive format to engage participants and get them thinking about how they can use video modeling and video prompting on mobile devices (iPad) in the transition process. Participants will leave the session with a basic understanding of video modeling and video prompting. The intended audience is anyone who could benefit from adding video modeling (VM) and video prompting (VP) to their current practices. This includes transition professionals in various roles including but not limited to educators, related service providers, administrators, parents and researchers. The presentation is based on a literature synthesis conducted by the presenter. Video modeling and video prompting are both evidence-based practices demonstrated to be effective at teaching students with disabilities (Maheady, Mallette & Harper, 2006, Robertson & Weismer, 1997). A variety of transition related skills have effectively been taught utilizing VM and VSM. While both VM and VP have a body of research supporting their effectiveness there is little research synthesizing this research in a practitioner friendly format. Most of the syntheses to date are meta-analysis, which are written to an academic audience. This presentation will present the information in a practitioner friendly format. Results of previously published research related to VM and VP delivered via mobile technology will be presented in a practitioner friendly format. Best practices for using mobile technology with VM and VP will be discussed. The different types of transition related skills that have been taught using VM and VP skills will be emphasized. These skills areas include vocational, academic, social, life skills and behavioral. Real examples of how school districts and community service providers in five different states have integrated VM and VP into their transition programs will be demonstrated. This presentation has a clear direct research-to-practice focus. Attendees will be presented with a synthesis of the research related to VM and VP, which they will immediately be able to implement with their students. No information will be presented that is not supported by research. The presenter has extensive experience in implementing research based VM and VP interventions.

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Ryan Kellems

Assistant Professor, Brigham Young University
Dr. Ryan Kellems is a Assistant Professor in the Counseling Psychology and Special Education department at Brigham Young University. Prior to coming to BYU Dr. Kellems was on the faculty at the University of Oregon where he worked with the National Post-School Outcomes Center. His... Read More →


Friday November 30, 2018 2:15pm - 3:05pm
Salmon - Third Floor 1401 SW Naito Parkway, Portland, OR 97201

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