If you are coming from twitter--these are the generic questions we start with and will personalize depending on job
  1. What skills/abilities do you feel students need to have to be successful in the 21st century?
  2. Looking at the people you currently see entering the workforce (field you work in), what are their strengths and what are their weaknesses?
  3. What are your thoughts regarding how much we should focus on learning facts versus focusing on students’ ability to learn/adapt/grow?
  4. There is also a lot of discussion in education on the tension between being successful as an individual and being successful as part of a group or team. We’d like to hear more about your thoughts regarding this.
  5. Tell us a little bit about any changes you foresee for the workplace (in your field) in the next 5-15 years (and beyond). What do you think this means for students currently in high school and for K-12 education in general?
  6. What types of technologies should our students be proficient at using?
  7. What was the best learning/educational experience you have had? Why?
  8. If you were going to design a 21st century school from the ground up, what are three key features you would include? These features could be physical (building features), pedagogical (teaching techniques/approach), structural (curriculum, schedule, etc.), technological (specific tools/software/experiences), etc.
  9. When we're done today, what's the one most important "take-away" message you'd like our teachers and students to hear?

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