How can processes be advanced that substitute the generation and application of knowledge for the accumulation of material wealth and the perception of social status as society’s central aims?
What is learning? What is education? What is a learner? What is an educator/teacher? What is the purpose of each?
How can teachers decide when to guide learning experiences directly and when to relinquish control to their students?
Should the teacher-student dichotomy fall by the wayside and be replaced with a mutual learner paradigm? Is that too liberal? What should a replacement paradigm look like?
How can teachers and students honestly and authentically participate in a collapsing education system? Is it ever appropriate to walk on eggshells? How can innovators – both students and educators – exhibit courage and confidence without being shot down?
What attitudes, orientations, lines of action, communication methods, tools, etc. facilitate widespread, authentic, creative development of curricula that respect students as learners?
How can diverging perspectives be reconciled? What methods and attitudes help groups practice effective consultation?
What principles should guide efforts at coordination and systematization?