When young people enter the world of employment, just as in our current exam system, it will be those who spend longest preparing for meetings, reading up on cases and planning for lessons who make some of the best business-people, lawyers and teachers. This article provides some helpful tips on using “study teams” to improve these skills that will benefit studnets later in life. They will grow to understand one another’s ways of thinking, find solutions to each of their problems and work in a way that is beneficial for both parties involved.
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