Dr. Norman is Senior Research Scientist at the Center for Persons with Disabilities at Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services, Utah State University. Dr. Jump's research focuses on promoting optimal development of children experiencing high levels of stress, whether it be due to orphanage environments, poverty, or adverse life events. She is an engaging trainer who focuses on how empirical research applies to real-life situations for staff, teachers, home visitors, and parents. She is a Co-Investigator on the Cache County, Utah, National Children's Study, and actively collaborates with international partners to improve early development of young children.
Sold in a set of 25, the PICCOLO forms measure parent–child interactions.
This training DVD includes an introductory presentation on PICCOLO™ and 16 clips of parent–child interactions (some in English, some in Spanish) that let viewers practice scoring PICCOLO and check their scores.
This quick, reliable observational tool helps home visitors and early childhood professionals assess and monitor the quality of parent–child interactions.
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