Back in 2009, educator and blogger Shelley Blake-Plock made some bold predictions about the future of education. At the time, he was editor-in-chief of TeachPaperless — an award-winning blog hailed as "one of the web's most vital, influential collections of conversation and commentary about the intertwined worlds of digital technology, new media, and education" by EdTech: Focus K-12.
He developed a list of 21 things that he felt would become obsolete by the year 2020.
Here we are in 2015 at the halfway mark.
Shelley has since modified his list with his own updates, but here is the original list of 21 items taken from his TeachPaperless blog post re-purposed as a Listly list.
What's your opinion on how far we've come?