Anthea Naylor | Lecturer in Learning Intervention, Disability
Melbourne Graduate School of Education

Anthea Naylor, Lecturer in Learning Intervention, Disability, Melbourne Graduate School of Education

Anthea Naylor is a Lecturer in Learning Intervention at the University of Melbourne, Faculty of Education. Anthea holds a Masters of Education (Special Needs) and is a Doctoral candidate undertaking research on Video Self Modeling to teach functional communication skills. She has taught in Australian schools for over 20 years with experience in Primary, Secondary, Catholic and Independent schools. Anthea has spent over 10 years teaching in Special Schools, with extensive experience in working with Autism and Challenging Behaviours. Anthea is particularly experienced in teaching through Video Self Modelling. She has created a website www.videoselfmodelling.com that offers resources and courses to both professionals and parents on Video Self Modelling.Anthea Naylor is a Lecturer in Learning Intervention at the University of Melbourne, Faculty of Education. Anthea holds a Masters of Education (Special Needs) and is a Doctoral candidate undertaking research on Video Self Modeling to teach functional communication skills. She has taught in Australian schools for over 20 years with experience in Primary, Secondary, Catholic and Independent schools. Anthea has spent over 10 years teaching in Special Schools, with extensive experience in working with Autism and Challenging Behaviours. Anthea is particularly experienced in teaching through Video Self Modelling. She has created a website www.videoselfmodelling.com that offers resources and courses to both professionals and parents on Video Self Modelling.

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