Norene Wiesen offers a well-researched list of predictions about trends in education for 2014. Since half of your 2014 school year will soon be over, you can decide whether or not you agree with the results of her crystal ballgazing. She foresees/saw 1)  a trend to teaching teachers and students how to listen; 2) the availability of information via the Internet will change the hierarchy of student-teacher relationships; 3) “increased responsibility for students,” who will be required to be more self-directed and self-disciplined; 4) “A move toward project-based learning,” which involves longer, more complete learning experiences; 5) students from kindergarten to grade 12 learning how to write computer code, which she says “is considered by some to be the equivalent to teaching a traditional foreign language—except more relevant…for future jobs.”