- Jennifer Gray
- 1 Hour 29 Minutes
- Audio and Video
- Nov 19, 2020
Today’s world of screen time and distance learning earn mostly negative reviews, but the truth is, we all prefer pictures and videos to words alone. We express ourselves and learn faster through authentic video demonstration.
This presentation will demonstrate how to use video modeling in various settings to improve receptive and expressive language, speech clarity, short-term memory, and demonstration of knowledge. Examples and discussion of techniques will be provided that demonstrate how meaningful video and visual materials can be used to reduce frustration, confusion, wrong answers, and task aversion experienced by the clients/students we treat.
|Manual – Video Modeling to Teach Authentic Communication and Connection (704.5 KB)||13 Pages||Available after Purchase|
|Instructions for ASHA credit – Self-Study Only (64.4 KB)||Available after Purchase|
Why use video modeling
- Improved focus and skill development
Types of Video Modeling
- Others, POV, self, hybrid
- Choosing which method to use
- Weak and strong outcomes
Not just watching
- Must also include passive and active engagement (mediated learning and doing)
- Carryover and latency (spontaneous use of learned skills)
- Memory and learning
How to integrate video modeling in various settings for different client/student needs
- Identify goals and skills to target
- Video examples and discussion
- Pairing with traditional communication techniques
Jennifer Gray M.S., CCC-SLP is a Speech-Language Pathologist and owns and operates Grays Peak Speech Services, LLC, a private practice, in northern Colorado. Jennifer and her team of SLPs deliver speech, language, and feeding interventions to those with communication and eating difficulties. They practice in Early Intervention settings, home and community settings, and via teletherapy/telepractice/telehealth. Jennifer has worked with those with Down syndrome and their families for the past 13 years to encourage, reinforce, and develop better ways to access spoken language, speech clarity, and oral functioning. She specializes in expanding communication abilities of those with limited expressive language by meeting each child and family in natural settings to enhance functional outcomes and promote independence. While most of her work has been with young children, she is also passionate about helping teens and adults use and maintain clear speech, develop social relationships, improve cognitive and memory skills as well as promote better self-awareness and self-care habits.
Financial: Jennifer Gray is owner of Gray Peak Speech Services, LLC. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Jennifer Gray is a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).