Off-late many classrooms have embraced technology and its not uncommon to see projectors at the disposal of the teacher and laptops on the desks of every student but are these really helping? Yes, the teacher can now use rich media such as videos and presentations to communicate better with the students and yes, the students can use their laptops to access relevant information but can we do better? How is the information relevant to a class managed? Classrooms will soon change for good. Its a matter of necessity than novelty.

In the Age of Information, classrooms have to be better than places of instruction. Shouldn't classes from different schools be sharing and accessing relevant infomedia? A connected world demands a connected classroom to be relevant.

Information today is widely accessible on the internet and a teacher's role is better imagined as managing collaborative learning than delivering lessons and instructions.

Class 2.0 is the way to go.