Finally, students who learn in a group setting, learn how to 'support each other, monitor and facilitate.' Peer collaboration also helps them to get over shyness they may have, and develop leadership qualities in themselves, something essential in the 21st century workplace. The writer shared how he has seen 'positive changes in my students’ behaviour after having worked in a group, some of them became more open, others more helpful, third ones more confident.' His happiest moments are when he sees the 'eagerness to express his ideas' in his students' eyes, and the confidence that that child can become 'a monitor, a supporter, a facilitator and a leader.' He calls upon parents who are eager for their child to learn the language well, be able to speak it fluently, and at the same time be original and reflective, to favour group learning over 1-1.