There’s lots of talk about how traditional classroom learning is dead, see:
However, and I don’t know about you, but I really enjoy the small lecture type experience (ask questions, get a response back kind of thing). And I think deep learning is not about text messages, Facebook, or web enabled distance learning (they’re not bad instructional tools), but a liberal education is about classroom debate, idea formation, writing and re-writing, 1:1 instruction, etc. So, yes technology and educational theories change, but basic human cognition and learning stay the same (unless someone is predicting a big paradigm shift in human biology). My advice: get out your copy of Plato’s Republic and start reading.