FLIP IT!® Online Course, 2nd Edition
Want to learn to FLIP IT, but can’t make it to an onsite training? No problem!
Learn to FLIP IT at your own pace by choosing the FLIP IT! Online Course, 2nd Edition. The entire length of the course is approximately 2.5 hours including interaction, reflection, application of skills learned with FLIP IT and a final assessment. Most importantly, this course can be taken module by module and not all in one sitting. Empower yourself and your colleagues by purchasing this course today!
Cost: $30/person (volume pricing available)
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FLIP IT!® is a strategy that offers a simple, kind, strength-based, commonsense and effective four-step process to address children’s day-to-day challenging behaviors. The four steps are embodied in the FLIP IT mnemonic which stands for F – Feelings, L – Limits, I – Inquiries, and P – Prompts. FLIP IT is nothing new, but transforms best practice into a strategy that is easy to remember, applicable in a variety of challenging situations and portable.
There are two options available for the FLIP IT! Online Course, 2nd Edition. Read carefully to choose the one that best fits your needs. Please note that you must be at a desktop or laptop computer (not a mobile device) to complete the course.
FLIP IT! Online Course, 2nd Edition
Includes final assessment; hours reflected on certificate
FLIP IT! Online Course, 2nd Edition
No final assessment; no hours reflected on certificate
The course content for both versions of the FLIP IT! Online Course, 2nd Edition, are the same, providing participants with the knowledge to begin using this strategy to reduce children’s use of challenging behaviors. The difference between the two options is based on what the learner needs upon completion of the course.
The FLIP IT! Competency Version allows the participant to experience the FLIP IT course content, and at the end of this version will be a 20-question assessment. In order to “pass” the course and receive the certificate with hours reflected, the participant will be expected to answer 80% of the questions correctly. *Participants also have an option to receive CEUs through Western Kentucky University for a separate fee of $25. Upon completion of the course, send a copy of your certificate to Debi Mahler at [email protected], and she will provide you with further instruction.
The FLIP IT! Participation Version allows the enrolled participant to experience the course and to receive a certificate of completion (no hours reflected), and does not include an assessment of knowledge acquisition.
This course is approved by the Pennsylvania Keys to Professional Development for PQAS hours. The course can be accessed on the Pennsylvania Registry. Once logged into the registry, in the “Find Training” tab, type “FLIP IT” in the box labeled “keywords.”
This course is approved by Northern Lights at the Community College of Vermont (CCV), and will count toward professional development hours in Vermont.
This course is Ohio Approved through Ohio’s Professional Registry (OCCRRA) and will count toward your Step Up To Quality (SUTQ) Professional Development certificate. Please PREREGISTER for the course (ST #10094765) in the Ohio’s Professional Registry, so that credit can be reflected once the course is completed.
“The FLIP IT! Online Courses have been going great. I bought one for each of our classroom teachers. For the most part, they are more seasoned and have already received FLIP IT training in some kind of format, but they have shared that this course was a good refresher. They really like the idea that they can complete it in sections when they have free time, which allows them to devote more uninterrupted time to the material and really focus. A few of them have finished the course and have gone back to review modules that they feel they need more support in. They really like the idea that they still have access to materials even after they have completed the course. Some teachers have shared that they learn better when they are able to go back and hear the same information again, and so this format is something that has been really good for those folks.”