Journal of Education & Social Policy

ISSN 2375-0782 (Print) 2375-0790 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/jesp

The Value of Teamwork, Learned in Higher Middle Education and Developed in the Industry
Jesús Andrés Romero García, Juan José Arenas Romero, Martín Darío Castillo Sánchez, Jesús García Lira

The professional training of each individual is acquired mainly at an age where he is aware that he needs to join efforts to achieve his purpose not only individually but also in groups, which leads him to learn strategies that allow him to achieve that purpose. Nowadays the education at the high school level stands out not only for its level and implementation of new curricula, in turn it has been detected that learning and the importance of working in a team is very important since when it passes through the university it makes it even easier to achieve its purpose. In addition to that results indicate that students who achieve an excellent academic level and an understanding of what it is to work as a team, get immediate results in the industry being leaders not only in their areas, but also in all the work environment that surrounds them. Achieving group participation in group work, although it seems paradoxical in many occasions it is difficult to unite a group of individuals to work on a common goal, in other words, work in groups, since most are not interested in doing so, wanting to work in an isolated and individual way.

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