Group Instruction

Group Instruction

What are the benefits of Group Instruction?

While one-on-one instruction is what some students need, group instruction fills a need to socialize and be around other people. ¬†For students who are not intimidated by groups, this environment has many benefits including hearing how others think about a topic, hearing others’ questions, think-pair-share, and more.

What other benefits are there to Group Instruction?

Group instruction is less expensive than one-on-one, so if it is the right fit for your child’s needs, you can budget for more sessions.

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