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His students are studying Africa in upcoming weeks. 5 Tech Trends that Could Supercharge Education in 2016. Science-fiction author William Gibson once said, "The future is already here — it's just not very evenly distributed.
" The technologies of tomorrow are already being tested in select classrooms today, laying the seeds for the future of how students could learn. With 2016 fast approaching, technology analysts have been busy prognosticating the top technology trends. A few of these technologies have already made headway into education, and others are poised for mass distribution, with the promise of ground-shaking change in their wake. We’ve reviewed a few of these trends through the lens of how they could affect classrooms in both K–12 and higher education.