According to, 2015 is the year in which the focus will finally fall on the learners more than on technology, curriculum or instruction. Their predicted 10 trends are headed by four areas: “Learning culture,” where we will see an emphasis on, among other trends, belief systems—on what stakeholders believe about teaching and learning; “Learning environments,” where we will see more flexible learning spaces—fewer desks and rows, more collaborative work, as well as “multi-age co-teaching classrooms;” “Deeper Learning,” where there will be more emphasis on “inquiry-based project-based learning” and on play-based learning as well as a shift to see assessment AS learning; “Partnerships in learning,” where attention is given to relationships among teachers and learners, and finally, they see a greater use of advisors—one for each student, they predict.