One of the Interactivity Foundation’s focal areas is education–both in the sense of learning to use our discussion process and in the sense of using the process to enhance learning. We’re interested in how students can gain valuable 21st century skills by learning to facilitate and take part in their own collaborative discussion teams. We think there are valuable cognitive, communication, and interpersonal skills that people gain by engaging with the process. These are skills vital to educational and career success. We also think these are important skills for democratic citizenship. We’re interested in how these discussions can be used in and outside the classroom. Our initial focus for these efforts has been within higher education. We have supported a student-centered classroom discussion process through various faculty training programs, sponsored courses, and research.