From Bud Cadell and the Bucket Brigade:
Exercise: What would an education system be like if it put creativity at the core of its values? Would it splinter subjects into different classes? Would it group children solely by their age? Would students sit in desks? Would teachers need classrooms? Question the most basic assumptions of how school should be run and how students should behave.
Exercise: Set new goals for education and explore how to achieve those goals. For example, what if we expected schools and students to help solve real problems in their local communities? How would you set that goal, how would you design interactions (games, science fairs, trips) around accomplishing that task?