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Thomas L. Friedman: Come the Revolution:Welcome to the college education revolution.

Thomas L. Friedman: Come the Revolution:Welcome to the college education revolution. | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it
Through ventures like Coursera, world-class learning is coming at bargain-basement prices. Andrew Ng is an associate professor of computer science at Stanford, and he has a rather charming way of explaining how the new interactive online education company that he cofounded, Coursera, hopes to revolutionize higher education by allowing students from all over the world to not only hear his lectures, but to do homework assignments, be graded, receive a certificate for completing the course and use that to get a better job or gain admission to a better school.

“I normally teach 400 students,” Ng explained, but last semester he taught 100,000 in an online course on machine learning. “To reach that many students before,” he said, “I would have had to teach my normal Stanford class for 250 years.”

 

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BREAKING NEWS & CALL TO ACTION: DSM-5 Proposed Revisions Remove the Term Dyslexia

BREAKING NEWS & CALL TO ACTION: DSM-5 Proposed Revisions Remove the Term Dyslexia | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it

What are the concerns?

Many members of the International Dyslexia Association and dyslexia communities were heartened by inclusion of the term dyslexia in an earlier round of proposed DSM-5 revisions (click here to see previous draft revisions).

However, many view this latest round of revisions—which now omit the term dyslexia—as a significant step backward and worry that this omission will (a) perpetuate lack of recognition and understanding of dyslexia and (b) contribute to delays in diagnosis and treatment.

Some also see a chasm between current proposed DSM-5 revisions and growing dyslexia legislation and policies (e.g., see eXaminer articles, “Dyslexia Legislation Passes in Ohio” and “Dyslexia Comes to Congress: A Call to Action”)....

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10 Lessons Learned Along Road To School Reform: Hartford, CT

10 Lessons Learned Along Road To School Reform: Hartford, CT | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it

It was an inspirational photo opportunity at the signing of the long-awaited education reform bill Tuesday at the Capitol when Gov. Dannel P. Malloy declared "the long debate is over and the new beginning has just begun."

"We will win this battle. We will improve our schools," Malloy told jubilant educators, legislators and business leaders. "We are going to make this happen."

In the end, the governor got at least a taste of much of what he wanted. Teacher unions blocked some of the most radical changes and slowed the pace of the governor's plans. More spending continues to be a large part of the solution.

 

But what have we really accomplished with all this talk about how to fix Connecticut's lowest-performing schools? What lessons were learned in the much-hyped year of education reform?

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Talks, Lectures, Presentations, Debates:

Talks, Lectures, Presentations, Debates: | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it

Watch Talks, Lectures, Debates, Presentations, and Interviews. Collection of stunning video material from various renowned authors. Includes lectures from Chomsky and Robinson.


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Kaya Henderson Persists On DC Education Reform

Kaya Henderson Persists On DC Education Reform | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it
For years, the public debate in D.C. focused relentlessly on education reform, with battles over how to handle everything from teacher evaluations and test scores to union contracts. But there's been a shift with almost all the attention now on the ongoing corruption investigations.D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson says the investigations have not taken away the focus from education reform, even though her efforts to improve the school district aren't front-page news anymore.

She says a few years ago education reform got so much attention because people didn't understand why certain decisions were made, and it was "upsetting and traumatic" to them.

Henderson says DCPS is trying to change that. "We at least try to share with people before we make huge decisions about the 'what' and the 'why'" she says. "So I think people have a clearer rationale as to what we're doing."

She also says media outlets aren't as interested in the nitty-gritty details of education reform.

"You cannot reform your school district in the spotlight of the national press," says Henderson. "You have to sit down with the people who are on the ground holding hands to do the messy difficult work together. And that is not headline grabbing."

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Children’s Ed. Technology: Partnerships, Products & Prototypes – Post by Julie Brannon |Digital Media Diet

Children’s Ed. Technology: Partnerships, Products & Prototypes – Post by Julie Brannon |Digital Media Diet | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it

People often disagree about which subjects schools should teach, but nearly everyone agrees that children must learn reading, writing and arithmetic. The United States invests considerable resources in making sure that students are learning these basic subjects, and yet schools still fall behind – especially schools with a higher percentage of lower income children.

 

In a 2010 report called Raising Readers: A Story of Success, published by PBS KIDS in partnership with the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) and funded by the United States Department of Education Ready to Learn grant (RTL), researchers report great success using digital media to teach children literacy skills. It also explains that during fourth grade (ages 9-10 years) schools begin to move from teaching children to “learn to read” to teaching children to “read to learn,” while focusing on additional subjects such as history and science. If children do not learn to read at grade level by this time, they are at a lifetime disadvantage. Researchers are finding that many children are not ready for fourth grade.

 

This lack of readiness has been called the “fourth grade reading slump.” (See Getting Over the Slump, The Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop, 2008.) The Raising Readers report also states, “Fourth grade literacy rates are directly tied to high school dropout rates, which are the most cited predictors of crime, low income and reliance on social services.” The message is that students must learn these basic skills early and then they must be engaged and motivated to stay in school and continue learning. There is great hope that new programs, along with innovations in technology, can help with both ...


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Cool web site: Mark Twain on Plagiarism and Originality: “All Ideas Are Second-Hand”

Cool web site:   Mark Twain on Plagiarism and Originality: “All Ideas Are Second-Hand” | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it

"Steve Jobs, of course, knew this when he famously proclaimed that “creativity is just connecting things” — and Kirby Ferguson reminds us that Jobs didn’t technically invent any of the things that made him into a cultural icon, he merely perfected them to a point of genius. Still, this fear of unoriginality — and, at its extreme, plagiarism — plagues the creative ego like no other malady. No one has countered this paradox more eloquently and succinctly than Salvador Dalí:

Those who do not want to imitate anything, produce nothing."   

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Many computer programmers, including some of the brightest and best, are dyslexic

Many computer programmers, including some of the brightest and best, are dyslexic | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it

"Many programmers, including some of the brightest and best, are dyslexic..."  Mike James, programmer extraordinaire, author of over 50 books, PhD MS - still admits to feeling embarrassed about his dyslexia.

In our practice, it seems as if we've found a high incidence of dyslexia or dyslexia traits among parents, and within this cluster, an unusually high number who are in the Internet Security field. 

The strengths associated in these areas seem to be in the areas of visualization, analytical and strategic reasoning, and hands-on problem solving. Dynamic reasoning (working in a complex and continually changing environment) is also important - for the security folks, knowing where the bad guys are going to attack the system next is the critical talent. 


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Rocky Perry, teacher and author: Mom, My Teacher is Dyslexic!

Rocky Perry, teacher and author: Mom, My Teacher is Dyslexic! | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it

"Rocky Perry wrote his first book back in 2009 while he was studying Early Childhood Education at Dalton State College. He has always tried to do the things that are hardest for him. He learned to read and write later than most people due to his Dyslexia, which was diagnosed with in the early eighties. Writing a book, like getting his degree, presented some unique challenges. This first book was written using Dragon Naturally Speaking speech to text software. He did finish the book and when he looked back at all the things hel earned from the experience, he knew he had to keep writing....."

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Educational Technology - We Are Teachers:favorite strategies, activities,& products

Educational Technology - We Are Teachers:favorite strategies, activities,& products | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it

"Eye-Opening Ed Tech Discover new and exciting ways that technology can help all of your students succeed.Today's teachers are working in a brave new world—one where tablets, apps, and interactive whiteboards are all part of the learning environment. But in order to make this technology a meaningful part of the curriculum, it needs to be incorporated in a thoughtful way. Below find our favorite strategies, activities, and products for creating truly eye-opening technology lessons.


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Filmmaker Jamie Redford turns the camera on his family for a documentary on dyslexia

Filmmaker Jamie Redford turns the camera on his family for a documentary on dyslexia | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it
"He didn't learn his alphabet, he didn't learn his numbers, he didn't write his name — there were a lot of things that were red flags," says Redford, a longtime teacher at Marin Country Day School. "I saw the signs really early on, and then I took false reassurance in everyone telling me he was fine."

Any parent who has a child with learning challenges knows that feeling.

It wasn't until Dylan was in the third grade at MCDS that Redford and her husband, Jamie, knew what the "something wrong" was: Dylan was diagnosed dyslexic.

His story along with those of others — from fifth-graders and grad students to such luminaries as Charles "Chuck" Schwab, Sir Richard Branson and California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom of Ross — are included in Jamie Redford's documentary, "The D Word: Understanding Dyslexia." The film will get its Bay Area premiere at the fourth annual Sausalito Film Festival from May 11 to 13.

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Battle against dyslexia is far harder than any football match, says Rangers star Steven Naismith

Battle against dyslexia is far harder than any football match, says Rangers star Steven Naismith | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it

RANGERS star Steven Naismith has spoken of the toughest battle of his life – reading a book from cover to cover.
The Scotland striker joined forces with racing legend Sir Jackie Stewart in Glasgow yesterday to promote the work of Dyslexia Scotland.
Stewart, 72, visited Addiewell and Barlinnie prisons yesterday and will be at Saughton in Edinburgh today to speak to prisoners about the condition that has left him still unable to recite the alphabet.
Former Kilmarnock favourite Naismith, 25, also told of the battle he faced making sense of words at Lainshaw Primary and Stewarton Academy growing up in Ayrshire.
He said: “I’ve spoken with Sir Jackie and he had it tougher than me as he was labelled stupid. I was finally diagnosed with dyslexia at the age of 13 and it was a relief to know I wasn’t more stupid or slower than anyone else.

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Marburn Academy a treasure deserving of a toast: congratulations on 30th anniversary!

Marburn Academy a treasure deserving of a toast: congratulations on 30th anniversary! | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it
There was a little crazy in my eyes as I walked into the lobby.

Marburn addresses the full range of academic and personal-development needs of children who learn differently. The school rejects the notion that those who don’t thrive in traditional learning environments are disabled and understands that they deserve an education that matches and complements their individual needs.

Marburn, with its many accreditations and certifications, has been lauded nationally as one of the best schools for children with learning differences.

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CALL TO ACTION: the eXaminer - International Dyslexia AssociationMay 2012

CALL TO ACTION: the eXaminer - International Dyslexia AssociationMay 2012 | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it

IDA Leaders Respond to Education Week Article on Wisconsin Legislation

A handful of states are gradually adopting licensing tests that measure aspiring elementary teachers' ability to master aspects of what's arguably their most important task: teaching students to read. In the most recent example of what appears to be a slow but steady push, Wisconsin became the latest state to adopt a rigorous, stand-alone test of elementary teachers' knowledge of the science of reading.

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Summer Dyslexia Tutoring | Dyslexia Connect Online Tutoring

Summer Dyslexia Tutoring | Dyslexia Connect Online Tutoring | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it

Summer is a great time to sign up for an online dyslexia tutor. Our online dyslexia tutoring program can help your child make great progress....online dyslexia tutoring provides a focused, phonics-based approach that is tremendously effective in helping students progress in reading, spelling, comprehension and writing. Our dyslexia tutors are fully trained and enthusiastic about teaching. We have a passion for helping dyslexic individuals progress, and this comes through in every aspect of our tutoring program.

Our dyslexia tutors work with individuals of all different ages and levels. We offer a free 45 minute session for anyone who wishes to try our online tutoring program.

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Christian Science Monitor: A little book has a big impact on how to run a charity

Christian Science Monitor: A little book has a big impact on how to run a charity | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it
Mario Morino wrote a little book that's had a big effect – urging nonprofit groups to prove that they're really doing what they say they're doing.

Morino sits on the board of the Lawrence School in Cleveland, which helps children with learning difficulties. The headmaster, Lou Salza, calls Morino his "intellectual godfather." "This is high-stakes, high-risk education," Mr. Salza says. "Many of these students aren't going to get another chance. We need to know that what we're doing works." While the subject of "Leap of Reason" is "managing to outcomes" – a topic that sounds almost as exciting as "101 uses for duct tape" – the book is, in fact, a bracing call to arms. In an era of tight funding, Morino argues, nonprofits – such as charities and service organizations promoting the public good – need to prove that they are doing what they say they are doing. Nonprofit groups "really have to go through a transformation, whether we want to or not, if we want to have a society left," says Morino, whose Venture Philanthropy Partners invests in groups in the Washington, D.C., area that serve low-income children. "He's been almost a kind of prophet in the field," says Billy Shore, chief executive officer of Share Our Strength, which is working to end childhood hunger in the United States by 2015.

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10 Ways to Optimize Your iPad for Kids With Special Needs - Mashable

10 Ways to Optimize Your iPad for Kids With Special Needs - Mashable | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it

When we think about ways the iPad has changed the world, our minds usually shoot to publishing, entertainment, or mobile communication.

For the community of people living with disabilities, the iPad may have broken even more ground. The iOS device is not only cool, but provides education, therapy and, of course, entertainment.

Last summer, Mashable explored ways iPads are making these changes. Now we’re following up with Sami Rahman, the father of 4-year-old Noah and co-founder of BridgingApps, the Internet’s largest database of special needs app and reviews.

Noah began using his iPad when he was two and was assessed to be 12 months behind with language and cognition. Within four months, he was on par for his age. Now, two years since he began using the iPad, he is 15 months ahead developmentally, can read English and Arabic, and is learning Mandarin.

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Cassidy, Stark to Host Dyslexia Movie Screening | Congressman Bill Cassidy M.D.

Cassidy, Stark to Host Dyslexia Movie Screening | Congressman Bill Cassidy M.D. | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Congressman Bill Cassidy, M.D. (R-LA) and Pete Stark (D-CA) will host a screening of The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia on Tuesday, May 8th, 2012 from 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. in Room 2123 of the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill. This is the first major event for the Congressional Dyslexia Caucus, of which Congressmen Cassidy and Stark are co-chairs.

"Dyslexia is a major learning disability which affects nearly 20% of Americans," said Congressman Cassidy. "By raising awareness of dyslexia we can change the way we educate our children and assist millions of children get on the path to success."

"My motivation in starting the Congressional Dyslexia Caucus with Rep. Bill Cassidy is both personal and professional," said Congressman Stark. "My family has learned about the disability - and the misunderstandings that surround it - through my young son's experience with dyslexia.

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For those who ever failed language classes! Vocre: Free Voice Translation app- | App Chronicles

For those who ever failed language classes! Vocre: Free Voice Translation app- | App Chronicles | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it

"There are a few translation apps out there that claim to get the job done when it comes to cross language communication issues. Vocre is one such app put out by the folks at mylanguage, and it’s quite impressive. With Vocre, 2 people speaking 2 completely different language."

 

NOTE: Free for a limited time.


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U.S. Lawmakers Create Caucus Devoted to Dyslexia

U.S. Lawmakers Create Caucus Devoted to Dyslexia | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it
Two members of Congress with children who have dyslexia recently created a new caucus devoted to the learning disability.

In a letter to fellow members of Congress, Rep. Bill Cassidy, a Louisiana Republican, and Rep. Pete Stark, a Democrat from California, note that dyslexia is the most common disability.

"All too often dyslexics are either misdiagnosed or misunderstood, and as a result their true skills and abilities go ignored," the pair wrote, noting a Government Accountability Office report released late last year that explored accommodations on standardized tests such as those required for college.

Disability experts and applicants also told us that, in some instances, they found testing companies' documentation requirements on providing a history of the disability to be unreasonable. ... For example, one applicant was asked to obtain a new evaluation of her disability even though school evaluations conducted every 3 years consistently showed that she has dyslexia. Applicants and disability experts we spoke with told us that obtaining these assessments can be cost prohibitive, and applicants reported costs for updating these assessments ranging from $500 to $9,000.
The representatives said there is much work to be done in raising awareness about dyslexia and changing policy to create opportunities and remove barriers for the success of those with dyslexia. A new movie, "The D Word," approaches dyslexia as a neurological issue, explaining that the struggle with the written word is not an indication of one's ability to think, to create, or to solve problems, and highlights successful people who have dyslexia.

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Game Designer Jordan Weisman turned a dyslexic's necessity:thinking outside the box to gaming success

Game Designer Jordan Weisman turned a dyslexic's necessity:thinking outside the box to gaming success | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it

".......  From Star Trek to BattleTech, from interactive cockpits to artificial intelligence Web mystery games to Xbox®, Weisman changed the way American plays. Crescent Blues caught up with Weisman at Dragoncon 2002 just prior to the launch of the newest component of the WizKids gaming system.

I started reading Tolkien. I started reading the rule books. It was slow, and it was painful, but it was something I wanted enough that I would do it. It turned me around completely. It also inspired my imagination enormously..."

Weisman is a serial entrepreneur, who founded WizKids, produced Mech Warrior, Star Trek III,  and was a NY Times best selling author...

 


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Netflix co-founder: Reed Hastings On How To Build A $20 Billion Education Juggernaut - Forbes

Netflix co-founder: Reed Hastings On How To Build A $20 Billion Education Juggernaut - Forbes | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it

 

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)

A defining trait of Silicon Valley is a willingness to fail, get up, and fail again. Unlike in regions more focused on saving face than in innovative excellence, “The Valley” is true to the scientific method: if you push to get things right, you will be rewarded.

That selfless spirit of experimentation has made Netflix cofounder, and education entrepreneur, Reed Hastings, a textbook Silicon Valley success story. A former math teacher, with a satchel full of teachable moments, Hastings has learned what works at the lucrative intersection of technology and education, or Ed Tech, the focus of the Education Innovation Summit (EIS) 

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Will Gregory Launches the Mentis Foundation: From Helmand Province With Love

Will Gregory Launches the Mentis Foundation: From Helmand Province With Love | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it

Back from Afghanistan, New Canaan Resident Launches “Mentis Foundation”.Using his military hazard pay for seed money and benefiting from a collaboration with his family, who became experts on the topic along the way, Gregory has set up a 501(c)3 to endow scholarships and is able to accept tax deductible contributions. 

Initially partnering with four schools, Mentis recently awarded its first set of eight scholarships to two students from each of the schools: Greenwich’s Eagle Hill School, Linden Hill Middle School in Northfield, MA; The Gow School in South Wales, NY; and Landmark College in Putney, VT.

Sitting in a New Canaan coffee shop adorned with college pennants, Gregory appears to be the all-American Ivy-league type, the product of standout school system. Dressed in khakis and a polo shirt, he is punctual, polite, and handsome, and it is tempting to stereotype him. With an advanced degree from Oxford University, where he trained to be what in Britain is referred to as a 'practitioner of anthropology,' it is obvious why the 26-year-old was selected for his highly specialized assignment in Helmand.

Blessing or Disability?
What’s less obvious is Gregory’s disability, dyslexia, which isolated him in his early years, and he admits to having been called "stupid," "lazy," and even a "god-damned idiot." He explained that at six-, seven- or eight-years-old the humiliation of not being able to read really stung. Asked how he dealt with his perceived failure, he said he stayed very quiet as opposed to acting out.

Gregory’s dyslexia was addressed when his parents sent him to Linden Hill School in Massachusetts, a private middle school where teachers employ the Orton-Gillingham instructional approach involving a combination of visual (learning to associate concepts with images), auditory, and kinesthetic (learning by doing). “This had a huge impact,” said Gregory. Essentially they took us back to third grade and started over.”

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New eBook Released Helps Parents Homeschool a Child with Dyslexia

New eBook Released Helps Parents Homeschool a Child with Dyslexia | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it

Writer and homeschooling mother Kerry Jones, in collaboration with Time4Learning.com, has released a new eBook aimed at parents who are homeschooling a child with dyslexia. “Successfully Homeschooling a Child with Dyslexia” comes from the 12 years of experience Jones had homeschooling her own son with dyslexia. Dyslexia, also called Developmental Reading Disorder (DRD), is a broad term covering many types of difficulties with information processing, leading to reading, writing, and spelling problems.

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Learning Analytics: The Future is Now | edtechdigest.com

Learning Analytics: The Future is Now | edtechdigest.com | Students with dyslexia & ADHD in independent and public schools | Scoop.it

 So what do we mean by “learning analytics”? In short, it’s “the use of data and models to predict student progress and performance, and the ability to act on that information,” as defined in the Next Generation Learning Challenges (see the useful EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative brief). Learning analytics overlaps with the somewhat broader phrase “academic analytics,” which encompasses other institutional bodies of data such as enrollments, graduation rates, and institutional outcomes tracking. A combination of learning analytics and academic analytics can provide an environment where administrators, advisors, faculty, and the students themselves have the data visualization tools they need for learner success.

Learning Analytics for Students

What happens when students can see their own course participation and grade data, and anonymously compare results to others in the same course? This type of exposure to learning analytics can be a powerful motivator. Students become more aware of their activities and time on task in their courses. And having access to analytics while the course is in progress, students are able to change their behavior mid-course for better end results. While the technology is not comprehensive because some courses have more online activities than others, the balance between online and offline activities can be understood by the student despite the lack of data on the offline activities, once the student has crossed that important threshold of self-awareness.

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