Why are comments off? We’re definitely looking for feedback on this series demo! However, the interactive nature of the demo makes it difficult to review comments across all of the short, annotated videos. To consolidate the conversation, we ask that you give us feedback on the three introduction videos. Thanks!
Click Your Fortune is an interactive, choose-your-own-adventure style series that literally feeds questions from students to knowledgeable experts around the world. This intro video explains it all: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/click-your-fortune-episode-2
This episode features the professionals listed below answering dozens of questions submitted by students from all over the world. Got a burning question? A hero you’d like to see interviewed? A career you would like to see explored? Suggest and vote up ideas for future click your fortune videos here: https://community.ed.ted.com/teded/topics/suggest_questions_careers_and_people_for_the_next_click_your_fortune_episode
Adital Ela: Sustainability Designer
Sandra Aamodt: Neuroscientist; Author
John Werner: Leadership Team, Citizen Schools; Research Scientist, MIT
Alessandro Centrone: Vice President of Sales & Distribution, Steelcase Inc.