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Is it feasible to organize some kind of retreat? You could plan games and exercises that would promote bonding, problem solving, and team work so that the students can hopefully work better together.
I love Lauren's idea. If you can't plan a retreat, you may want to actually plan activities to get them to examine their group dynamic and make a plan to work together more smoothly. That would be a priceless lesson for later in life. Being able to work collaboratively is a necessary skill to be successful in life.
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