International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 11, Part F (2015)
Using video modeling to teach academic skills to students with disabilities: a review of the literature
Video modeling is an instructional method that can facilitate therapeutic changes across a variety of student behaviors in a cost- and time-efficient manner. The majority of existing video modeling research has targeted social and functional skill development whereas few studies have used video modeling interventions to increase the academic skills of learners with disabilities. The purpose of this systematic review of the literature is to consolidate and examine the research that has been conducted on the use of video modeling to increase the academic skill repertoires of students with disabilities. This review serves as a resource for practitioners that are considering implementation of video modeling interventions to increase their students’ academic skills. Furthermore, this review serves as a reference for researchers to identify existing academic video modeling studies for systematic replication in order to extend the literature base. Finally, this paper describes and analyzes the identified studies with respect to limitations and future research directions.
How to cite this article:
Elias Clinton. Using video modeling to teach academic skills to students with disabilities: a review of the literature. International Journal of Applied Research. 2015; 1(11): 382-390.