KURAM VE UYGULAMADA EGITIM BILIMLERI, vol.12, no.4, pp.2731-2735, 2012 (SSCI)
This study explored 31 instructional research articles written using video modeling to children with autism and published in peer-reviewed journals. The studies in this research have been reached by searching EBSCO, Academic Search Complete, ERIC and other Anadolu University online search engines and using keywords such as "autism, video modeling, autism spectrum disorders with video modeling and video modeling interventions". It is observed that most of studies have been carried out with children with autism aged between 3 and 11. The studies have been categorized based on their scopes: studies conducted using only video modeling, video modeling studies in which subjects of studies are models, studies in which video modeling and additional practices are used together and studies in which video modeling is compared with other practices. It is observed also that results of studies have indicated that video modeling is effective on teaching social skills, play skills, language and communication skills, functional skills, self-care skills, and daily life skills to children with autism.