Michael Horn, the co-founder of the Clayton Christensen Institute said in that…

In the future, we won’t have “classrooms.” The enemy of the future of the classroom has arguably been that phrase: “the future of the classroom.” It locks us into a model of believing students will be sorted by age and sit in a room together with one teacher in the front. 

There is not doubt that the expression “the future of the classroom” is be badly phrased, but this being said, the actual “learning” of learners/students/pupils needs to take place within a “space” dedicated to that purpose (actual space or virtual space). It is therefore worth having a look at what “learning spaces” might look like in the future. The first video shows the transformative power of architecture, the photos below are showing examples of “new” classrooms and the videos at the end of the page show virtual classrooms. 


Actual classrooms:



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Virtual classrooms: 

A virtual classroom is an online classroom that allows participants to communicate with one another, view presentations or videos, interact with other participants, and engage with resources in work groups.

Second Life (

Online Learning Platforms (VLE and LMS): 


Moodle is a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised learning environments.


Google Classroom

Google Classroom is a blended learning platform developed by Google for schools that aims to simplify creating, distributing and grading assignments in a paperless way. It was introduced as a feature of G Suite for Education on May 6, 2014, followed by its public release on August 12, 2014.


Khan Academy (

Khan Academy is a non-profit educational organisation created in 2006 by educator Salman Khan with a goal of creating a set of online tools that help educate students. The organisation produces short lectures in the form of YouTube videos. Its website also includes supplementary practice exercises and materials for educators. All resources are available to users of the website. The website and its content are provided mainly in English, but are also available in other languages like Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Turkish, French, Bengali and Hindi.