Class of 2032 is a crowdsourcing and documentary project designed to engage parents, educators, and students in a conversation about the future school experience. Visit http://classof2032project.com/ for more information about the project and workshop. As part of our crowdsourcing initiative, our ideation workshop has been designed to engage students, parents, and educators in a conversation about the future school experience. During our first year prototyping, we asked the following questions; (1) What type of ideation session would be best suited to a typical 40-minute class period? (2) What kind of ideation strategies would be most appropriate for this sort of environment? (3) What other factors do we need to consider when challenging participants to generate ideas about the future school experience? The 2016/17 Class of 2032 Report Summary provides an overview of the ideas generated so far, and the raw data that has been documented within excel spreadsheets can be made available for selected research projects. The Class of 2032 workshop runs under fifty-minutes and therefore fits perfectly into a lesson block, however it can also be expanded for a more substantial professional development experience. Visit http://classof2032project.com/ for more information about the workshop or to download the poster summary of the ideas generated so far in the project.