Teach2Talk Co-Founder Sarah Clifford Scheflen, Together with Colleagues at UCLA, Publishes Research on Using Video Modeling to Teach Play and Language to Children with Autism
Read below for information about how: Sarah and her colleagues at UCLA conducted research into using video modeling to teach children with autism appropriate play with toys (and language) through a developmental hierarchy of play levels this research was published as Using Video Modeling to Teach Young Children with Autism Developmentally Appropriate Play and Connected […]
Video: Implementation Best Practice Tips for Using Our Teach2Play Videos as an Evidence-Based Intervention to Teach Play Skills
Watch this video for tips on best practices when implementing teach2talk’s teach2play series of video modeling DVDS as an evidence-based intervention.
This video explains the developmental importance of play, how children typically develop play skills, and how teach2talk’s teach2play series of video-modeling DVDs can help children who haven’t yet with targeted video modeling, an evidence-based intervention.
2009 Tell Us Your Teach2Talk Story Contest September 30, 2009 – October 31, 2009 General Information How did you first hear about Teach2Talk? What made you decide to try a Teach2Talk video modeling product? How have they helped your child(ren) or students? What do you like best about Teach2Talk, and what do you wish you […]