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Why do you not have bigger groups and make it less expensive?

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The most recent research, which fully backs up the MathsBuddy philosophy and experience, is that as group sizes get bigger (one-to-three and one-to-four) progress is not so rapid.  It’s therefore important to balance the cost and the benefit of this approach’ (Elliot, L & Higgins S in ‘What Works? Research and Evidence for Successful Teaching 2019)

Why do you not have bigger groups and make it less expensive?

The most recent research, which fully backs up the MathsBuddy philosophy and experience, is that as group sizes get bigger (one-to-three and one-to-four) progress is not so rapid.  It’s therefore important to balance the cost and the benefit of this approach’ (Elliot, L & Higgins S in ‘What Works? Research and Evidence for Successful Teaching 2019)

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