Yes! We guarantee 100% satisfaction. Products may be returned for any reason with 30 days of receipt as long as they are in resalable condition. There is also a free 1-year replacement of defective DVDs, videotapes, teacher guides, etc.
We do offer a 30-day preview, this is how it works: Rather than sending a sample of a program, we send you the entire program that you have requested. It will be invoiced and the invoice will clearly state that the materials are being sent on a 30-day approval basis. If you decide that you would like to keep the materials, you pay the included invoice. If you decide that it isn’t exactly what you’re looking for, simply return it. (You pay the return shipping and insure the goods against loss or damage in transit). In order to process your order, we ask that you please email, fax or mail the order request on official school/organization letterhead.
There are several ways you can place an order with us:
Our nation has been facing some tough economic times, with schools and organizations being hit especially hard. We understand that budgets have been cut and we want to work with you. We can offer discounts, specials, and payment plans on a case by case basis. Please call or email to discuss your Stanfield customized quote today!Call us toll free at 1-800-421-6534, or contact us .
$0 – $399 = 10% of total purchase
$400 – $999 = 7% of total purchase
$1,000 – $2,999 = 5% of total purchase
$3,000+ = 0% of total purchase
10% of total purchase
Any questions or concerns regarding shipping tiers please contact us or call 1-800-421-6534.
Normally 7 to 10 working days from when we receive your order, although if you need it sooner, we can accommodate you. Canadian orders take approximately 2 weeks for delivery.
We replace defective DVDs, videotapes, teacher guides, etc. free during the first year after purchase. After the first year. replacement videos and teacher guides are $50.
Yes, we will replace certain worn out and over-used supplemental materials, just give us a call at 1-800-421-6534
Yes, we will upgrade a previous purchase from slides or VHS to DVD for %50 of the list price.
We guarantee every one of our products, but do accept returns if you wish not to keep them. Returns must be received within 30 days to receive a full refund. If we receive a return after 30 days, you will receive store credit. Please email us at maindesk[at]stanfield.com or call us toll-free at 1-800-421-6534 to start a return.
Here are two professional opinions that we like to refer to:
“Not only does humor generate divergent thinking, it can also spark student recall long after the group session is over.
Learning can become more enjoyable and less stressful in a laughter-filled group. The establishment of a group environment that encourages humor seems to assist in learning the materials by lifting social and academic barriers. Humor helps to cultivate personal exploration, discovery, play, and risk-taking because the shared group sense of humor allows for human error. Laughter following an inevitable error is less traumatic and threatening than a punitive or judgmental response. The willingness of students to be spontaneous and imperfect will result in a dynamic learning environment.
A healthy group is a humorous group!”
— Debora Korobkin, Trainer
“If you as a Speaker don’t help your audience to remember your lessons, then you are wasting everyone’s time. Humor…can help accomplish needed retention.
Comedy is largely graphic. A funny image appears in the mind of the listener (learner). We may paint this picture with words, but the real joke is in the image that each person sees…Most memory systems convert abstract ideas to familiar images because they are impressed upon the mind more easily and retained longer.
Since images are more easily remembered than abstract ideas, and since humor is largely visual, it stands to reason that using comedy in an illustration will help people to remember the ideas you are conveying longer and better. Imagery is expressive, graphic and forgettable!”
— Gene Perret, Trainer
The child who is ‘left behind’ most is the one who leaves school without transition readiness.
Dr. James Stanfield, Ed.D.