COURT CLASSES (CC) provides programs that are best practices, evidence based, and research-based. With over 80 hours of comprehensive classes developed, the programs include in-depth information, expansive content, detailed quizzes, and the highest level of security in the industry.
Students are required to participate and must stay engaged in the program to successfully receive a certificate of completion.
We create an environment for learning using the latest technology and top training methods. Through research to increase the effectiveness of the training, you must create an environment for learning and the training must also contain these components:
Similes and Analogies – Our programs help participants identify differences and similarities in themselves and others. We do this with stories, examples, and graphs. The use of similes and analogies has been found most effective in helping others learn.
Interactive Essays, Notes, and Summarizing (IENS) – The participant must engage by writing and finding the main points for each lesson. Our training does this by having the participants think for themselves and find the main points to each lesson and then summarize what they have learned. At the end of the lesson, we require that they type out in their own words a short essay or response using the knowledge they learned. IENS ensures that the main points of the lesson were grasped. Here is an example of an IENS question: ‘Explain why taking responsibility for your actions shows maturity. Give two examples of taking responsibility.’
Reinforcing Effort (Mind Set) – We show in our lessons, convincingly, that a person’s effort will determine their success. We encourage that they are worth the effort, and by doing what is right and good for them, they will have a much better life.
Homework and Practice – Participants will recall the work they have just done. We do this by asking them to choose the right response after reviewing scenarios and questions.
Goals and Feedback – Goals will be set at the beginning with feedback given at the end of each lesson. We encourage the participant to find a goal in their life and ask them to determine what they value.
Develop a Plan – We explain how a plan can help with communication and reduce stress.
Attitudes and Values – We provide information on attitudes and values and how to change values in a positive way. We explain how behavior shows what a person values.