There’s something about meeting someone in person that makes you connect better with that person, understand them more clearly and express yourself better to each other. This is exactly what is at play when you attend a classroom session. The sheer experience of meeting and interacting with people teaches you a lot of things. This peer learning experience is at its peak in a face to face interaction. Bodhih has observed that people learn a lot from the trainer but at the same time, there is a huge part of the learning that occurs through interaction, questioning and observation with other participants. If the trainer is demonstrating something with a participant, than the rest of the group gets to see that live, right in from and learn from it. If they then choose to demonstrate or practice what they saw, then the trainer gets to see that happen in flesh and blood and give participants on the spot feedback to ensure better understanding and development of skills.