The Classroom of 2024: Four future hallmarks

By Laura Devaney, Managing Editor, @eSN_Laura
December 13th, 2013

What does the future hold for classrooms? How can 10 years impact education?

classroom-futureTen years may not seem like much, but it’s enough time for transformation, according to education experts who see the future of education becoming more collaborative and less restrictive.

Nearly every part of education will have to change in order to accommodate the kind of learning that educators discuss today—from professional development and physical learning spaces to availability of and support for technology.

But it’s possible with the right vision and plan.

Here, educators and stakeholders share their views for the classroom of 2024.

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One Response to “The Classroom of 2024: Four future hallmarks”

If the technology already exist today then it should be replaced by something else in 10 years. That timeline is happening in the real world. Here is my vision I want to see holograms enter education where students are not physically in the classroom but can “jump” all over the world and get real global education