Video Self Modelling Consultant and experienced Special Education Teacher.
I am passionate about the use of video peer modelling (VPM) and video self modelling (VSM) in engaging and transforming students, especially those with special needs who are usually visual learners. I trains both professionals and parents in the practical application of VSM as both a behaviour intervention and tool for teaching social and life skills.
I currently lectures in Master of Learning Intervention at University of Melbourne.
I have many years of experience in teaching both secondary, primary levels in mainstream, independent and special education settings. She holds a Masters of Education from Deakin University in Special Education and Advanced Certificate in Autism. I also have broad experience working with Autism, ADHD, cerebral palsy, intellectual disabilities and developmental delays.
Anthea is currently understaking a Doctural study in Video Self Modelling through the University of Melbourne.
Passionate and engaging
I have been extremely fortunate to have worked with Anthea Naylor in a classroom setting and have seen first-hand the remarkable results that she has achieved with her students using VSM . Through Anthea’s passion and belief that all people have the ability to learn, she has developed a highly successful teaching method that is incredibly engaging and user friendly for both staff and students.
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