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Teambuilding is one of the most promising and effective methods of personnel management, the most sought after in the business world. Up to date, the characteristics of an effective team and factors influencing the efficiency of team activities in separate professional performances are studied in most details. This article provides an overview of the researches on students’ attitudes to methods of team-building applied in the area of education. We provide the comparative analysis of the factors that contribute to or hinder the organization of team activities and the ones, arousing positive attitudes of the students. We also indicate the perspectives of expanding and improving the application of team building in the educational process
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