Edtech has been changing in recent years and will continue to change. The introductions of concepts like gamification, active learning and personalisation are all elements that will have a great impact on what education develops into in the future. According to Education Technology the expectation is for the industry “tripling in size by 2030…alongside the continuing edtech explosion transforming the teaching and learning process”. Top Education gurus, like Salman Khan, founder of the Khan Academy, predict that the traditional lecture format will soon be replaced by “human-to-human engagement”. He stated that “Let’s not lecture at students. Remote learning during the pandemic taught everyone that it’s not to simply lecture for an hour on Zoom. You need to engage kids, ask questions, put them into breakout rooms and so on. You must focus on active learning, and make it as humanly interactive as possible”. In a similar vein Roger James Hamilton, founder and CEO of Genius Group declared that a “shift from the existing industrial one-size-fits-all education and training model to become personalised mentorship and digital learning”. All of these are exciting predictions, but education ministries need to start looking at how we can start to make steps in the direction of using more technology and ensuring that the learning process can become more tailored to cope with different speeds and ways of learning that children have. There is a long way to go but the path will be interesting as well as challenging.