The purpose of any educational institution is to prepare students to become successful adults in the future. Success may mean different things to different people and the future can at most be predicted — unknown for sure — but there’s one thing I think we can all agree upon: technology will play an important role in many aspects of the lives of adults in the future. We may not realize this as they happen, but the recent advancements in technology are downright impressive; just think about the differences between an old Nokia phone and the latest iPhone or Samsung. A decade is smaller than it used to be. And the development of technology doesn't show any signs of slowing down; it only accelerates towards the future. All things considered, there’s a consensus that today's students should not only learn, but also use technology to support their learning. Worldwide there's a growing number of initiatives to include education technologies — or edtech — in the classroom. Inclusion is only the first step. The next one (and the more important one) is to use said technology at its full potential and support students in achieving better academic and personal results. This of course is easier said than done. But not impossible. Even though effectively integrating education technology in the classroom comes with various challenges for everyone involved, it’s all worth it nonetheless. Edtech surely seems a win-win solution for both students and teachers.