Online Benefits & Information
Online education makes learning easy, convenient, accessible, and affordable. With children, work, and home a busy schedule can make attending a live class difficult. Whether you are taking our courses to learn, to grow, to help your children, and/or because you were court ordered, our online classes can help.
Our coparenting classes as well as our professional education classes will provide you with better tools to work with families raising children between two homes. In addition, if you are a mental health professional, judge, or an attorney our online classes will likely help the families you serve.
For research, books, and reports on the effectiveness of online learning, please click on the following links:
- A Review of Online Divorce Education Programs - Results reveal that online programs have significant potential to help divorcing parents. With this research, recommendations were made for improving program content and instructional strategies for online divorce education programs.
- U.S. Department of Education- Demonstrates that in recent applications, online learning has been modestly more effective, on average, than the traditional face-to-face instruction with which it has been compared especially when combined.
- Comparative Analysis of Learner Satisfaction and Learning Outcomes in Online and Face-to-Face Learning Environments - The "results support the argument that online instruction can be designed to be as effective as traditional face-to-face instruction."
- The Online Learning Consortium- The Online Learning Consortium (OLC) is the leading professional organization devoted to advancing quality online learning by providing professional development, instruction, best practice publications and guidance to educators, online learning professionals and organizations around the world.
- No Significant Difference - Mr. Russell's book is a fully indexed, comprehensive research bibliography of 355 research reports, summaries and papers that document no significant differences in student outcomes between face-to-face and alternate modes of education delivery. Quality remained important in each mode of education.