As it has been revealed, students learn more and at a very high rate when they are actively involved in group learning than when learning individually. More specifically, students working in groups on various academic works have been found to be more motivated and having higher attitude for learning that when learning alone. This kind of students learning in group works is referred to as collaborative learning. In this case, the students are more satisfied while learning together their colleagues in groups than when they are involved in personal studies. In this regard therefore, tutors and educators should involve their learners in various discussion and research groups so as to cultivate and nurture good learning among the learners (Beckman, 1999).