Sometimes the only way to make progress is to leave something behind.
No one can predict the future. But that’s never stopped us from trying. Educators are notorious for this. Just imagine how much money and effort we’d save if we could somehow convince the Magic 8 Ball to tell us exactly what our schools and classrooms will look like five, 10, even 20 years from right now?
We can guess, even make a few educated predictions — perhaps publish a few more of those forward-looking reports that our colleagues seem so fond of. But sometimes the best and most accurate means of projecting what’s next is simply to ask.
That’s what network security provider Enterasys Secure Networks did to create this infographic, which we first read about on Edudemic. In it, K–12 educators identify six technologies that are transforming education and project how they will use them into the future.
The results are a barometer of where technology is headed. They also raise a few red flags for technology administrators whose networks are ill equipped to handle the change.
A couple of stats that stood out to me:
Where does your school stand? Let us know in the comments.