Group tutoring allows students to share strategies for learning while promoting cooperation and understanding. It provides opportunities for students to share experiences, learn from one another, build self-confidence, and develop study skills. Asking questions, engaging in group discussion, and practicing problems are among the strategies used to encourage participation and learning.
Small Groups have more information than a single individual.
Groups or class room teaching creates healthy environment to grab the knowledge from different source and thinking “two heads are better than one.”
Students remember group discussions, presentation, and problem solving skills
Student will learn Team work and will get confident is the world to achieve goal