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USES OF VIDEO RECORDING

IN EARLY INTERVENTION

 

Workshop presented at

INFANT DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION

BIENNIAL CONFERENCE

June, 2001

Los Angeles, CA

 

By

M. Diane Klein,Ph.D, Sharon Kilpatrick, M.A

Lavada Minor, M.A. & Deborah Chen, Ph.D

 

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USES OF VIDEO TAPE IN EARLY INTERVENTION

strategies

  

USE OF VIDEO TAPING IN HOME VISITS: TIPS AND CAUTIONS

Preparation:

Pitfalls and Challenges:

Nuts and Bolts:

Viewing Tape with Parents

"I've never seen him do that before"

" He seems to love that toy"

"You knew exactly what he wanted! How could you tell?"

"She really responds to the sound of your voice"

 

 

References

"Using Video in Home Visiting"

Bernstein, V.J. (1997, Winter). Using video tapes to strengthen the parent-child relationship. IMPrint, Newsletter of the Infant Mental Health Promotion Project, 20, 1-4. Toronto: Hospital for Sick Children.

Bernstein, V.J. (1992). Home movies: Using videotapes with at risk families to strengthen the parent-child relationship. Abstracts of the Proceedings of the Fifth Congress of the World Association of Infant Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines. Chicago, IL

Klein, M.D., Chen, D. & Haney, M. (2000). Using videotaped observations. In PLAI: Promoting learning through active interaction. A guide to early communication with young children who have multiple disabilities. (pp.75-79). Baltimore, MD: Paul Brookes

Klein, M.D. & Briggs, M.H. (1987). Facilitating mother-infant communicative interaction in mothers of high-risk infants. Journal of Childhood Communication Disorders, 10(2), 95-106.

Videotapes (set of 2)

Seeing is Believing: Videotaping families and using guided self-observation to build on parenting strengths: University of Minnesota: Irvin B. Harris Training Center for Infant and Toddler Development. http://www.red.coled.umn.edu/harriscenter, 612-624-4510