Futurist Neil Selwyn from the faculty of Education at Monash University in Australia presents remarkable images of how schools will change over the next ten years. They could include virtual classrooms capable of recreating 3D historical buildings; the use of cognition drugs to enhance brain activity; a computer hard drive that attaches directly to a person’s head through which they could download information; the use of “haptic” technology which could allow students to “feel” through robotic connections with nature; the end of textbooks, replaced by 3D “digibooks;” increased use of metacognition, where students think about their own thinking; and much more.