For instance, being taught in class in a quality circle will ensure that all students participate and remain attentive in the class as there are no backbenchers who tend to make noise and disturb the other students. The quality circle ensures that all students share ideas and knowledge through discussions and practical showdown enhancing the understanding of the dos and don’ts of the parenting process.
The circle influences the learning as the lecturer is in clear view of everyone enhancing teaching process as it becomes when explaining in such a set up. Thirdly, the social facilitation effect influences the learning of parenting through boosting the dominant responses in the students due to presence of other students in the class as well as the other successive parents who have also done the same. The presence of other students will influence one concentration and participation to avoid feeling inferior and challenged when one does not participate in that class.