Research by the World Economic Forum estimates that 65% of children entering primary school will find themselves in occupations that today do not exist by 2025 Soft skills are increasingly becoming more valuable than hard skills for one reason: everything changes so fast, that your ability to adapt to changing circumstances, continuously learn new trends, think systematically and be proactive. Critical thinking and problem solving; innovation and creativity are becoming the norm for success of any learner. Technology has greatly expanded access to education and gave enormous opportunities for teenagers starting their own start-ups before even they turn 18. Just by knowing how to code, they can program their website and start doing their business. The future of technology in education is helping teachers to expand beyond linear, text-based learning and to engage students who learn best in other ways.