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CARD VINE Webinar Library
The CARD VINE Webinar Library compiles all of our recorded bi-monthly webinars for your viewing purposes. The webinars are useful and informative and can be watched whenever it is convenient for you.
CARD VINE Videos
CARD VINE (Virtual Interactive Network for Education) provides brief video tutorials on a variety of topics related to autism spectrum disorders and related disabilities. Each video tutorial focuses on individual strategies that can be used to enhance learning, communication, participation, socialization, and independence. Links to additional resources are also provided to support expanded learning and knowledge regarding each topic.
Using Choice Boards
This video explains what choice boards are and how we use them each and every day. Understanding how to use choice boards helps to open lines of communication with autistic individuals of all ages.
Using First-Then Boards
This video explains first-then boards and how we use them each and every day. Understanding how to use first-then boards helps to open lines of communication with autistic individuals of all ages.
Video Resource Web Links
These videos were created by others and are available to the public online.
Intro to Asperger's Syndrome
This video explains Asperger's Syndrome.
Teaching Verbal Imitation/Echoic
This video explains Teaching Verbal Imitation/Echoic.
This video explains Time-out Guidelines.
This video explains Errorless Teaching.
Positive vs. Negative Reinforcement
This video explains Positive vs. Negative Reinforcement.
Mini-Schedule for Fast Food
This video explains Mini-Schedule for Fast Food.
Mini-Schedule for Church
This video explains Mini-Schedule for Church.
Mini-Schedule for Bedtime
Mini-Schedule for Doctor's Office
This video explains Mini-Schedule for Doctor's Office.
Mini-Schedule for Science Class
This video explains Mini-Schedule for Science Class. (Could easily be adapted to ANY classroom setting)