Last week, I announced my involvement in Model Me Kids‘ newest social skills modeling DVD, Model Me Going Places. My original songs narrate the 12 scenes in the video, which is described on the Model Me Kids website as follows:
The Model Me Going Places™ video features children, ages 2-8, involved in activities in the community. It is designed to familiarize children with locations that may be challenging, and to help teach appropriate behavior in these locations through peer modeling. Each scene lasts between 2-4 minutes, depending on the chapter. At the end of each chapter is a storyboard summarizing the locations shown.
This video is narrated with music developed for the Model Me Going Places™ DVD by Rachel Rambach, a Board-Certified Music Therapist. This unique merger of video modeling and Music Therapy is designed to help teach skills in a way that appeals to the strengths of children with developmental disabilities.
Graphics and music are used to make the video appealing to children with Autism, Asperger Syndrome, and Nonverbal Learning Disorders. A high production value helps keep the child’s interest so that he or she will want to watch many times.
I couldn’t be more proud of my association with Model Me Kids, having provided musical narration for both this DVD and previously, Model Me Faces & Emotions. So I’m thrilled that this wonderful company was willing to provide a copy of the newest DVD to one lucky Listen & Learn reader.
It couldn’t be simpler: to enter, all you have to do is leave a comment (including your email address) on this post between now and Sunday, March 28th at 8 pm. I will use random.org to select a completely random winner, who will be announced on Monday. Teachers, parents, and therapists…I’m talking to you! Enter now for your chance to win this effective (not to mention fun and entertaining) resource.
Oh my gosh, how awesome! I am loving the giveaways! :)
I'd love to throw my name in the hat…as an SLP this is something I can definitely make good use of! Thanks for a generous giveaway opportunity :)
My fingers and toes are crossed!
As a music therapy student, I would love to put this in my hope chest for future clients and for use during practicum experiences!
– Erin, email@example.com
I would also like to have this in my lending library for my students with autism. It seems to be such a valuable resource and I LOVE the iPhone app! firstname.lastname@example.org
Awesome! I'd love to enter to win. I could use these with a few of my adolescent private clients. :)
I love the fabulous giveaways! I could really use these with my primary students. Keep up the wonderful work
Sounds like an exciting addition to my library of song strategies for the children I work with too!
I am an slp- this is wonderful! email@example.com
I have some other Model Me Kids videos that I use here at school–I would love to add this one to my library!
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Looks great! firstname.lastname@example.org
Love the Giveaway!!!!! Sounds like H would love it too!!!!!!!
Awesome! I'm always looking for some great material! email@example.com
This sounds amazing! :)
~Jamie Sacca, MTI
I think that these DVDs are amazing! As a classroom teacher, I get more and more kids with developmental disabilities every year… and parents are always looking for guidance. Even if I don't win, I have been alerted to some really great materials.
I'm studying to be a certified Special Ed. teacher. I'd love to add this to my collection of resources. Fabulous work, Rachael!!
I'd like to enter!
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I'd love to enter the giveaway–thanks!
Current graduate student for play therapy. I would love to enter this giveaway and add this to my collection!
I love all your giveaways! You always have something creative to share with everyone!
I only recently came across your site when searching for music therapy blogs. This giveaway would be great to use with many of my clients who have difficulty in different settings. Great giveaway!!
Crap! I guess i missed it by an hour and half!!!
Missed the deadline by a little, but worth a shot…
I'm posting again b/c I think I put in my URL incorrectly. I'd love to win a copy b/c I'm planning to get more schooling for a Master's Degree in Special Ed., and currently work in the Special Ed. system. Also, I admire Rachael for her work with our students. Kristine E.