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Movie Time: Using Videos to Teach (Two Part Series)
Friday, October 27, 2017 @ 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
One event on Friday, November 10, 2017 at 12:30 pm
Registration Fee: $45 (Reduced fee for Dane County Contracted Developmental Disability Support Providers: $30)
Presented by Crissy Randall and Mary Ursem, Community TIES
Join us for this two part training series on Video Modeling. The first part of this series is based on Lights, Camera, Autism!, and introduces the research, benefits and how to’s of using Video Modeling to teach and support individuals with developmental disabilities. At the end of day 1, we will view a variety of examples of Video Modeling to prepare participants in taking their own video footage during the short break before the second training day.
At the second training day, Friday, November 10, 2017: 12:30 – 3:30 PM, participants should bring an Apple device (iPhone, iPad, Mac) with their saved videos. Participants will be given the opportunity to use iMovie to create a Video Modeling project to put into immediate use with an individual they support. Lights, Camera, Autism! will also be available for purchase on both days.
Crissy Randall has worked with individuals with developmental disabilities for the past 10 years. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary and Special Education and a Master’s in Low-Incidence Special Education with an emphasis in inclusive practices and Autism. She has supported individuals with disabilities, their families and school professionals in Arizona, Nebraska and Wisconsin to create inclusive and strength based supports for individuals. Crissy now works as a rehabilitation specialist for the Waisman Center Community TIES Program.
Mary Ursem has worked in fields supporting individuals for 20 years. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Communicative Disorders, Masters in Special Education, and an Autism Specialist certification. Mary has been a direct care supporter in recreational, educational, residential, and vocational training programs and currently works as a behavior consultant for University of Wisconsin Waisman Center, Community TIES program. Throughout her career Mary has continuously been involved in providing high quality, meaningful opportunities of equal access for individuals of all ages.