Learn to Cultivate a More Dynamic Student Ensemble
3 simple ways to make the transition into a group a little easier
Learning to focus and developing a desire to advance teamwork skills are all things students can achieve in a group. If this positive group effect is going to be achieved, the teacher must create an environment that allows the potential of each student to be fulfilled.
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