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03/19/2024, Cultivating Communication, Independence and Agency with Video Scene Displays and Video Modeling (Part 2)

Date: 03/19/2024 Time: 4:00-5:00 Location: internet Type: Webinar


“Unleashing Potential: Cultivating Independence and Agency with Video Scene Displays and Video Modeling” is an engaging and informative webinar that explores the powerful combination of video scene displays and video modeling as effective strategies for promoting independence and agency in learners. The webinar delves into the theory and research behind these evidence-based practices and provides practical guidance on how to implement them in various educational settings.

Participants will gain a deep understanding of how video scene displays can provide visual supports that help learners comprehend and navigate their environment, while video modeling can serve as a powerful tool for teaching new skills and promoting independent problem-solving. The webinar will cover key principles and best practices for creating and using video scene displays and video modeling, including selecting appropriate videos, setting goals, and adapting strategies for learners with diverse needs.

Through real-life examples, case studies, and interactive discussions, participants will learn how to effectively integrate video scene displays and video modeling into their instructional practices to promote independence, self-determination, and agency in learners of all ages and abilities. The webinar will also address common challenges and provide practical strategies for troubleshooting and optimizing implementation.

Join us for “Unleashing Potential: Cultivating communication, Independence and Agency with Video Scene Displays and Video Modeling” and unlock the power of these innovative strategies to help learners reach their full potential and thrive in their educational journey.


Sharon Redmon, M.S., Ad.Ed. AT, ATP

Sharon Redmon is a SpEd and GenEd teacher with over 20 years of experience.  She holds a Masters of Science degree in Adaptive Education: Assistive Technology and an Assistive Technology Practitioner (ATP) license from RESNA. Sharon’s passion for AT and especially AAC began with her first teaching job in WI where she became involved in WATI and continues today as a leader in the WI AAC Network created by an AAC Communicator.  Sharon has been an AT specialist for a WI and WA school district, ECSE teacher (low incidence population), SPED/ABA/Autism coordinator/teacher, high school and kindergarten teacher and now ATP in private practice. Her classroom experience in WI, WA and overseas schools, has given her a unique perspective on how UDL, AT, and AAC intertwine.  She is excited to be back in Washington State and working with individuals of all ages and abilities to access communication and their environment.  


Email Sue Wright at the SETC office

Clock hours for this webinar and others in this series are available from ESD105 for a small fee. The following Professional Development Enroller link provides more information about clock hours: