Using iMovie for Video Modeling

Video Modeling

What is Video Modeling?

Similar to social stories, video modeling helps teach students routine, expectations and behavioral standards in an alternative way.

What is the goal for implementing Video Modeling?

-The student watches the model.

-After watching, and with support from teacher, the student begins to imitate skills from the video.

-The student then begins to generalize the skill in their typical environment. This may require support by and practice with teacher.

How do I create a video?

1.Obtain permission from parent/guardian to film student.

2. Identify the kind of video modeling that is appropriate for the learner (e.g., basic video modeling, video self-modeling, point-of-view modeling, video prompting) as well as the target behavior.

3. For basic video modeling, identify and prepare the model. For self-modeling, teachers prepare the learner with ASD. Depending on the developmental and cognitive levels of the model, different teaching techniques may be used to prepare him/her. These may include providing a script, role-playing, breaking the task down into steps (i.e., task analysis), or modeling the desired behaviors. Sometimes, video can be recorded in real time (e.g., recording a student passing through a cafeteria line) and little preparation is necessary.

4. Record a video that is satisfactory in quality and accurately reflects the steps of the task analysis.

5. Edit the video and remove any errors and/or prompts. (See iMove information below)

6. Complete voice-overs, if necessary.

7. Show video.

8. Track progress.

*As always, the strategy is fluid and should be revised or modified depending on your student's need

Using iMovie on an iPad with iOS 9.3.1

To Begin a New Project

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Then select a theme and tap create

You can add video, photos or audios which are stored on your iPad

  • The yellow rectangle indicates the video frame selected
  • To select the video tap the white arrow
  • To edit an existing video you will add the entire video stored on the device
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Removing an unwanted segment of a video (ex. to replace an image)

  • with the yellow rectangle around the video and the white editing bar in front of the area you would like to remove
  • Select "tools" then "Split"
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This will separate one side of the image from the rest of the video

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Drag the white editing slider to the other end of the image

  • Select split again
  • This will isolate the entire image/clip so you can delete it
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To add an image or clip, keep the white editing bar in it's place and select the image or video you wish to add

  • If you don't have the image or video in your library you can take the footage or picture from within the application by tapping the camera on the left side of the screen
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To edit the audio in a video

  • Select the video clip with the yellow rectangle
  • Select actions then touch detach audio
  • This separates the audio from the video so you can edit
  • To edit the audio in a segment you will follow the same steps of splitting the audio as you do a photo
  • The yellow frame indicates the media selected and what you will be editing
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To add a new recording tap the microphone on the left side

  • A "Ready to Record" box will open
  • Ensure the white slider is at the start of the clip where you want to add a recording
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Then tap "Record"

  • A countdown will begin, start to speak after 1
  • A red overlay will appear on the area you have added audio to
  • When done recording over an area select stop
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To add a new title slide

  • Place the white slider bar in the area you wish to add a title to
  • Ensure the yellow rectangle is around the video then tap "Titles"
  • Select the style and positioning and type in text
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When done making changes, share the movie to your theater.

  • This should drop the movie in iTunes on your computer
  • If you have difficulty sharing to iTunes, manually plug your iPad into a computer and transfer the file
  • After transferring the file to your computer, you can put them on a flash drive or DVD. If DVD's are needed contact Sarah Minner.
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Ready, Set, Action!

For additional support with video modeling contact Vanessa Vallejo or Christine Zygmont. For support with iMovie contact Sarah Minner or reference the link at the top of this document which will direct you to the full iMovie user guide.

As always, have fun with the strategy and use your imagination!