The Effect of Instructor-Created Video Programs to Teach Students With Disabilities: A Literature ReviewBy Mechling, Linda; Journal of Special Education Technology, Vol. 20, No. 2, pp. 25-36
Publication Date: Spring 2005
Literature review focuses on the use of instructor-created videos designed to provide instruction to people with disabilities. The review focused on studies that utilized video programs that addressed the learners’ individual needs, as the videos were created to provide feedback, models, and learning prompts. The videos were used to teach a variety of skills, including: (1) social communication, (2) grocery shopping, (3) transitioning, (4) grooming, (5) self-determination, and (6) money skills. Six areas of research on video instruction technology were defined and analyzed: (1) video feedback, (2) video modeling, (3) video self-modeling, (4) subjective point of view, (5) interactive video instruction, and (6) computer-based video instruction. Implications for future research are discussed.
Published by: Exceptional Innovations (Website:http://www.exinn.net)
Technology and Media Division (TAM) of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) (Web Site: http://www.tamcec.org )
This publication is included in the library of the National Rehabilitation Information Center (NARIC), accession number J49347