Developmental Play Assessment for Practitioners (DPA-P) Coding Sheets
- Available for pre-order. Item will ship after January 31, 2022
This pack includes twelve sets of the color-coded coding sheets plus 2 sets of blank sheets for use when constructing your own sets of toys. The Developmental Play Assessment for Practitioners (DPA-P) offers a comprehensive assessment of naturally occurring play activities for evaluating young children’s developmental progress accurately, so that useful interventions can take place as early as possible. It can be used by practitioners in a wide range of educational and therapeutic settings and is designed to support developmental progress through planning interventions in play, and using what we know about a child’s progress in play to plan play-based interventions in cognition, language, motor, social-emotional and self-help skills. For more information about the Developmental Play Assessment for Practitioners (DPA-P) Guidebook and Training Website please visit www.routledge.com/XXXXXXXXX
Table of Contents
Twelve sets of color coded coding sheets plus 2 sets of blank sheets.
Dr. Karin Lifter is Professor of Applied Psychology at Northeastern University in Boston. She earned her PhD in developmental psychology from Columbia University and pursued postdoctoral training in developmental disabilities from the University of Massachusetts – Amherst. She conducts descriptive and intervention studies on the play, language, and social development of young children with and without disabilities.
Dr. Emanuel J. Mason is Professor Emeritus of Applied Psychology and School Psychology, Northeastern University and Professor Emeritus of Educational Psychology, University of Kentucky. He earned his doctorate from Temple University in Philadelphia in School Psychology. His research and teaching include educational research methods, and development of reasoning in children and adults.
Dr. Amanda M. Cannarella is an adjunct professor and educational consultant in the state of Massachusetts. She earned her PhD at Boston College in Applied Developmental and Educational Psychology.
Dr. Ashley D. Cameron is a licensed psychologist and Nationally Certified School Psychologist in the state of Massachusetts. She earned her PhD at Northeastern University and completed her training Franciscan Children’s Hospital and in public and charter schools. Currently, she serves as a school psychologist in the Boston Public Schools.