Mr. McKay, 8-12 math classes were busy working on a Bridge Building Cornerstone project. In this project, students worked in groups to research the 6 different types of bridges. Through their research, they created a Google Slide Presentation and the learner centered task was to build a bridge that could hold 30 pounds using only 200 popsicle sticks and wood glue. The students had to use the geometry skills that had been previously taught and the research collected to collaborate on designing and building the bridge. This is another example of innovating offline, although technology was used to explore information and create a presentation, the transformational aspect came with the creating, analyzing, testing, and collaborating used to build bridges. Even when the bridge failed, deep learning occurred through the reflection process.