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How much information is too much?

by Bevvie on January 27, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


This is sort of a different way of asking one of my previous questions. When I taught, students (college)would sometimes reveal personal info during discussions (especially in lit classes when they identified with the characters). Sometimes I felt that they revealed too much that was very personal.

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