Distance learning is not easy. It requires mature, disciplined students.
And, it results in a better-performing individual.
Dr. Annette Schonder is one of those successful Breining Institute distance-learning program graduates, and here is her story: Dr. Annette in Dubai
Breining students and graduates, please, share your experiences.
Distance learning programs are not easy, but a recent U.S. Department of Education report concluded that adult distance learning students “performed better than those receiving face-to-face instruction.” (A copy of the U.S. Department of Education report is available here: Evaluation of Evidence-Based Practices in Online Learning.)
Breining Institute’s experience for over 30 years suggests that distance learning students are successful post-graduation because they need to have the maturity, motivation and discipline to complete assignments outside of a closely-monitored classroom environment.
We will appreciate if you, as a Breining Institute student and/or graduate, will please share your experiences – good and bad, successful and not successful – with others who may be considering this challenging, but rewarding, higher education approach.
If you submit your story here, we may make it available on our Facebook page, as well as our other social media pages and websites, in its full and excerpted versions.
Keep up the good work in this honorable profession.