FLIP IT!® Transforming Challenging Behavior - Paperback
FLIP IT® offers four simple and effective steps to transform challenging behavior in young children. Teachers and parents can help children learn about their feelings and gain self-control by using the mnemonic: Feelings, Limits, Inquiries, Prompts The FLIP IT® book is easy to read and includes opportunities to reflect, practice and get inspired by real life FLIP IT stories shared by the author Rachel Sperry. 88 pages. © 2011
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Read our Insights and Inspirations article for tips on how to address challenging behaviors in the classroom.
In this free webinar, Rachel Wagner Sperry presents "4 Steps to FLIP a Challenging Moment into a Learning Opportunity for Young Children." Watch and join our Classroom Management for Early Learning community for a free CE certificate.Customers Also PurchasedReviewsOverall Rating:Quality:5 out of 5Value:5 out of 5EdSpecialistLocation:Dallas, TxRole:PrincipalSetting:PreschoolAge:Grades 2-5Top 100 ContributorGreat StrategyApril 7, 2014As a teacher this is what I did in the classroom, when I moved into an ES place and had a training with this method and found what I was doing had a name. I have been helping classrooms one at a time FLIP challenging behaviors....it works!!!Overall Rating:Quality:5 out of 5Value:5 out of 5grannyRole:OtherSetting:OtherAge:PreschoolDecember 5, 2012The book is simple to use, good information applicable to my profession.Overall Rating:Quality:4 out of 5Value:4 out of 5lbrucksLocation:central missouriRole:OtherSetting:PreschoolAge:PreschoolTop 250 ContributorGreat StrategyNovember 5, 2012It is always wonderful to have new strategies to use with those few children that have trouble being successful in the classroom. This is a great tool to have in our tool belt to use when needed to help children learn self-regulation and problem solving. Which I believe is one of the greatest gifts we can give to children is the ability to problem solve.