Some projects may require large teams, but small teams offer many benefits for team members, the client, and the organization as a whole. Lesson plans in modern teaching can often include a hermetic schedule. In the world of 30 children's classrooms and constant testing, if a child needs a little extra attention on a particular topic, this can often go unnoticed. This is not the fault of teachers, but simply a reality of the current education system.
However, in small groups, tutors and teachers are much more likely to be able to deviate from a less rigid plan and allow children to develop at their own pace. While the potential learning benefits of group work are significant, simply assigning group work does not guarantee that these objectives will be achieved. Whatever the benefits in terms of teaching, instructors should be careful to assign as group work tasks that actually meet the learning objectives of the course and lend themselves to collaboration. Below are just five benefits of learning in smaller groups and why Genie Tutors provided this service.