How to make your GROUP tuition results better than 1:1

So, let’s talk about a common myth in the tutoring world – the belief that students won’t excel in group tuition compared to one-on-one sessions. But guess what? That couldn’t be further from the truth! In fact, when you design your group tuition programme with the right mindset, your students can achieve even better results than in a traditional one-on-one setup.

Why should you care about this? Well, not only does this belief hold your students back, but it also limits your ability to help more people! So, let’s challenge that notion together and unleash the potential of group learning!

The Power of Group Learning

Okay, so picture this: your students are not just sitting alone with you on zoom; they’re part of a dynamic group. And guess what? It’s a game-changer! Group learning encourages collaboration, healthy competition, and loads of engagement. When students work together, they learn from each other’s perspectives and develop awesome social skills. So, let’s embrace this interactive vibe and create an environment where students motivate and uplift each other to shine collectively!

Personalization is the Key

You might be thinking, “Wait, how can I personalize the learning experience in a group setting?” Well, fear not! With the right 1:1 elements woven in (such as a personalised kick-off all and a way they can message you directly),  you can get to know your students individually.  This way, group tuition becomes a fully immersive, hybrid experience – and each student gets the attention they deserve.

Leverage Breakout Rooms

Now, here’s the secret sauce of group tuition – peer learning! Yup, when students teach each other, magic happens! Encourage group discussions, let them explain concepts to one another, and watch the sparks fly. Not only do they deepen their own understanding, but they also become mini-teachers, reinforcing their grasp on the subject. It’s a win-win!

Efficiency Rules

“But won’t it be chaotic and hard to manage?” you ask. Well, with a little forward planning and organization, group sessions can be super efficient. You can cover more material and provide instant feedback to multiple students at once. Plus, the healthy competition among students keeps them on their toes, making the most out of their time with you.

Creating a Learning Community

Here’s the best part – your group tuition can become a close-knit community of learners! The vibe is awesome when students feel comfortable asking questions, helping each other out, and celebrating victories together. Building this community spirit creates a positive learning environment that fosters engagement and happiness throughout the journey.

Final Thoughts

So, there you have it! Don’t let the belief that group tuition won’t deliver great results hold you back. Break free from the old norms, embrace the advantages of group learning, and design an epic programme that goes beyond one-on-one tutoring. And guess what? You’ll become the go-to tutor in your niche area, helping more students reach their full potential than ever before!

If you’re curious about how to create your “better than 1:1” group tuition programme, check out my explainer video where I spills the beans on how you can do it too!

Ellie xx

Desperate to leave teaching

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This is for you if you:

  • Have already quit / decided to quit teaching
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