The program logs data for an indefinite number of students. While it is most effective when individual students complete individual activities (since the software identifies and remediates individual discrimination difficulties etc), it is being used with interactive whiteboards in schools in a small group context, too. My suggestion is to ensure that when this occurs, the students are closely matched for ability level. You may find some of our videos helpful in understanding the teaching mechanism. They can be viewed here:

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