I think I asked this at another forum that is now defunct, but it was a pretty interesting discussion there and I imagine it would be here too.
What is your ideal learning environment? Your "perfect classroom" or "perfect school"?
Some questions to consider in your answer:
Who is your teacher, and what credentials does this person have?
How involved in your learning process is your teacher?
Who controls the direction of the learning? Your teacher? Your class as a whole? You?
Are there other people in your class?
What role do they serve, if any, in your learning process (as they, obviously, are primarily involved with their own processes)?
How independent are you allowed to be?
How collaborative are you allowed to be?
What does your typical learning environment (if you have one) look like in terms of physical stuff (room arrangement, light, etc)?
What materials are available to you?
What rules are in place, if any?
What is the ultimate goal of the school/learning experience (ie, what do you "get" when you finish)?
Who dictates the curriculum?
What courses are required for completion of the experience? Why?
That should be enough to chew on. But feel free to answer questions not asked.