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Teamwork improves learning and career success
Date:11/5/2007

ding communication, conflict resolution, creativity and time management. Snchez sees benefits of using collaborative processes that extend beyond the college classroom, noting that "students benefit from practicing real-world skills that they will need after graduation, and the industry will benefit from future employees who possess skills that promote success."


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