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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Capturing Kids' Hearts?

Capturing Kids’ Hearts is a process used by schools across the nation to build stronger relationships with students.

What are the Goals for Capturing Kids’ Hearts?

The goals of the program are to build stronger relationships with students, to develop high performing teams, and provide self-managing classrooms in schools

What is involved in the Capturing Kids’ Heart training?

On Aug. 24-26 our staff was provided with tools and techniques to use in the classroom to accomplish the goals listed above

We learned  to use the EXCEL teaching model with students.

EXCEL means:

  • Engage
  • Explore
  • Communicate
  • Empower
  • Launch

Capturing Kids’ Hearts - Lessons include:

* Social Anxiety

*Personal Responsibility

* Steps for Personal   Growth

* Self Concept

* First Impressions

* Emotional Intelligence

* Reframing

*Teaching Styles

* Dealing with Misbehavior

* Social Contact

*Quality Leadership



What is the Capturing Kids’ Hearts – Discipline Model?

Behave In – Behave Out is a process designed to help students manage and accept responsibility for their own attitudes and behavior. The model uses four (4) basic questions to guide students thinking process.

Capturing Kids’ Hearts goal includes

  • Build relationships with colleagues, customers, students
  • Promote accountability and responsibility for each other and our students
  • Help students take responsibility for our own attitudes and behaviors - building self managing classrooms and work places
  • Help motivate educators & students reach high academic, career and professional goals

Where can I go to learn more about Capturing Kids’ Hearts?

go to the Flippen Group: