Counseling, Psychology, & Special Education
School of Education
Special Education, Learning Disabilities (LD), Video Modeling (VM), positive social interaction, academic settings, education, intervention, cooperative participation, Saudi Arabia
Video Modeling (VM) is a widely used intervention strategy to promote academic learning and positive social interactions in children with disabilities by watching a video clip modeled by a peer (peers) demonstrating the desired behavior. Limited research has been conducted on this topic to examine VM’s effectiveness on promoting positive social interactions in academic settings involving children with learning disabilities (LD). This study employed a single subject research design, specifically, a multiple baseline across participant design, to fill the void in the literature. The researcher invited three elementary students between 4th to 6th grade who met the inclusion criteria to participate in this study. The results of the study showed that VM is effective in promoting positive social interaction in academic settings in individuals with LD, in the context of Saudi Arabia.
Alamri, A. A., & Alamri, A. A. (2023). Examining the Effectiveness of Using Video Modeling on Increasing Positive Social Interaction in Academic Settings in Students with Learning Disabilities in Saudi Arabia (Doctoral dissertation, Duquesne University). Retrieved from https://dsc.duq.edu/etd/2122