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NEW! Quick Flip Ideas to Prevent Bullying by Pat Johnson. Edupress, 2011. This is a bullying prevention resource and reference for teachers in a small flip chart you can hold for reference in your hand. It's spiral binding makes the pages easy to flip back and forth. It covers forms of bullying, self-esteem boosting activities, anti-bullying activities for the classroom, and building a bully-free culture in your school. BTH-5817. $4.49
NEW! Quick Flip for Understanding Response to Intervention (RTI), developed by Pat Johnson, Edupress, 2010. As more and more schools are being pushed to adopt the tiered RTI framework, this handy flip chart explains, in easy to understand words, what is expected at each tier, with helpful hints and handy sample forms to help teachers and administrators put it into practice. Fortunately, one can probably use many of the products already on hand for the various intervention tiers. My candid opinion is that competent teachers will probably continue to teach creatively as they always have with materials that have worked for them in the past. Unfortunately, the new paperwork requirements may leave them less time for being creative in their planning. If you want to make sure the materials you are using meet funding requirements, we will soon have a page devoted to materials that meet the requirements for various tiers.
Read a longer review on Quick Flip for Undertanding Response to Intervention here.
My price for it is $6.29 per book. Because of it's higher price, it cannot be included in assortments of flip charts for volume discounts, but for those buying 100 or more of this item at one time shipped to one place I will discount the price to $5.94 each for 100 or more. FAX your purchase order to 805-237-9639. First class shipping for one within the United States is $3.50. Media mail shipping for 10 would be $4.50 if you aren't in a hurry. The more you order, the less shipping will be proportionately. Please inquire if you need the exact amount before placing your order. If you use the shopping cart on my e-commerce site by clicking the live title link above, keep in mind that shipping prices will be less than calculated by the shopping cart, and I will automatically lower the shipping cost before processing your order. BTH-5550. $6.29-D
Quick Flip for Classroom Differentiation by Pat Johnson. This handy new reference tool in the popular flip chart series helps educators find appropriate teaching methods for students who have different learning styles and interests. It includes tips on how to differentiate between the content, processes, and products of learning. Qualifies for Title 1 funding as of this writing on June 14, 2011. BTH-5718. $4.49
Quick Flip Questions for Critical Thinking: With just a flip of the page you will have key words and questions that cause students to think on all six levels of thinking in the cognitive domain, as defined in Bloom's Taxonomy. Great for leading discussions and preparing tests. Can be a life-saver for substitute teachers. Size is 5"x6."Cat # BTH-150, price is only $4.49-D.
Quick Flip Questions for the Revised Bloom's Taxonomy from Lorin W. Anderson and David R. Krathwohl's A Taxonomy For Learning, Teaching, and Assessing, Abridged Edition. You have loved the original Quick Flip Questions for Critical Thinking, but you have also been requesting this updated version. But here's a secret between us. There is nothing new in this updated version. The words for the heading have been changed, but "Creating" has the same material as "Synthesis" had in the original version, and everything else that appears different is just in a different order. This handy resource helps one improve thinking skills at any age with the flip of a page. This indispensable tool helps teachers write lesson plans, master Bloom's Taxonomy, and develop higher levels of thinking. It will help students develop questioning and analysis skills. It will help parents improve child / parent communication and enhance their verbal skills. The levels of the cognitive domain of learning has been divided by the authors into these levels: Remembering, Understanding, Applying, Analyzing, Evaluating, and Creating. Size is 5"x6." BTH-3618. $4.49-D
Now translated into Spanish: Repaso rápido de preguntas para pensamientos críticos. See description above. BTH-3003. $4.49-D.
Would you be willing to help me? I have written about the flip charts above on Squidoo , a site where I can write about whatever I want. . I have described them in a bit more detail in that article .There are also polls on the site where you can give your feedback on the usefulness of the flip charts and also share some of the ways you like to use them. I would really appreciate it if you would take a few minutes to visit my article and take the polls or add your suggestions. You might even see some uses others have shared you haven't thought of. If you click the link, it will open in another window so that you don't have to leave this page to go there. Thank you so much.
Flip Activities for Multiple Intelligences: By just flipping a page you
will find help in recognizing a child's unique talents and in planning activities to
develop them. Classroom teachers will get help in writing lesson plans, becoming aware of
the learning styles of their students, and developing a well-rounded curriculum where all
students may experience success. Suggests activities for Intrapersonal Intelligence,
Interpersonal Intelligence, Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence, Musical Intelligence,
Logical-Mathematical Intelligence, and Linguistic Intelligence. All the flip
charts are the same size 5"x6."
Cat. #BTH-151, $4.49-D. These qualify for Title 1 funds.
Quick Flip Ideas for Using Primary Sources by Jonathan Burack. Edupress, 2006. This handy flip chart explains the importance of primary sources, what they are, and how to use and evaluate them in the study of history. It deals with the author's purpose and audience, determining the reliability of a source, detecting bias, and interpreting both written and visual sources. With every flip of the page you will find activities that relate to the particular question or topic being addressed on that page. The spiral binding makes it easy to use during a class or for planning lessons. No teacher should be without this handy guide. I think it will prove as handy as its predecessor, the Quick flip Questions for Critical Thinking. 16 pages. Size is 5"x6." BTH-2998. $4.49-D
Quick Flip Activities for Character Education by Nancy Shaw. Edupress, 2003. This tool helps teachers incorporate character building activities into classroom instruction and teach students the principles of good character. For each character trait, there is a definition, some daily reminders for applying it, and some activities to teach it. Character traits covered are compassion, citizenship, perseverance, honesty and trustworthiness, fairness, responsibility, and respect. Size is 5"x6." BTH-3005. $4.49-D
Quick Flip Facts for the Seven Continents by Kathy Rodgers. Spiral bound at top and made of stiff paper. Flip from continent to continent in a flash, learning important and interesting facts about each continent with each flip of a page. Some suggested activities for using the book with students are printed on the back. Convenient 5.25 x 7 inch size. A great review tool. BTH-3002.. $4.49-D
Quick Flip Ideas for Using Primary Sources
Quick Flip Reference for Current Events by Jon Burack, 2007. This handy resource helps one learn to analyze current events with the flip of a page. This indispensable tool helps teachers write lesson plans, get students excited about what they see in the news, and develop higher levels of thinking. It will help students develop questioning and analysis skills. Topics covered are magazines and newspapers; the basic news story; advertising; editorials and editorial cartoons; radio, TV, and the Internet; local and state news; and the nation and the world. 16 pages. BTH-3616. $4.49-D
Quick Flip Activities for Understanding History by Jonathan Burack, 2007. This handy resource helps one improve historical understanding and write reports with the flip of a page. This indispensible tool helps teachers write lesson plans and gets students excited history. It will help students develop questioning and analysis skills, as well as providing help in writing reports. Topics include primary and secondary sources; folk tales and history's tales; your place in history; people who made a difference; geography and world history; key turning points in America's past; and points of view about the past. 16 pages. BTH-3617. $4.49-D
Quick Flip Reference for Phonics by Concetta Doti Ryan, 1998. Improve phonics skills at any age with a flip of the page. Parents and teachers can help students improve their reading skills as they themselves become more familiar with phonics rules. Each page is devoted to a different phonics classification with examples and sample words. Classifications include dipthongs, r-controlled vowels, consonant digraphs, final consonant blends, and initial consonant blends. 16 pages. BTH-3004. $4.49-D
Quick Flip Ideas for Writing Domains, developed by Concetta D. Ryan. 1998. This flip book will help people of any age improve their writing skills, develop a writing style, and gain exposure to writing in several different domains. (A domain is a category that defines the purpose of a particular kind of writing.) There are writing activities for Technological, Analytical/Expository, Sensory/Descriptive, Practical/Informative, and Imaginative/Narrative domains. Teachers will find this a great lesson planning tool that will help them develop a balanced writing program to promote success for all students. Qualifies for Title 1 funds. BTH-170. $4.49-D
Quick Flip Reference for the Six Traits of Writing by Ginny Hoover. 2002. This indispensable tool for teachers helps them assess student writing, identify areas of student weakness, and develop writing skills for use across the curriculum. It helps students to organize writing tasks, develop editing skills, and write reports. Spiral bound for easy use. 16 pages. BTH-3001. $4.49-D
Quick Flip Questions for Reading Comprehension by Pat Johnson. 2007. This wonderful tool will help teachers and librarians enhance their lesson plans, while students will find help in understanding text, developing higher levels of thinking, and interpreting and analyzing what they read. 16 pages. BTH-3620. $4.49-D
Quick Flip Guide to Understanding the Scientific Method, developed by James Schreiner. 2007. This handy resource helps anyone understand the scientific method with the flip of a page. It helps students of all ages develop and channel the curiosity they have about the world around them into viable experiments from which they can come to conclusions. Teachers can use this to enhance lesson plans, get teaching ideas, and communicate the phases of the scientific method to their students. Students can use it to develop their questioning skills, enhance their powers of observation, and analyze the data they have collected in their research and experiments. Get one for every science student! 16 flip pages. Picture is close to actual size. BTH-3619. $4.49-D
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Quick Flip for Understanding Response to Intervention (RTI) is excluded from this offer because it is a different price.
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