The act of constructing--not memorizing--knowledge takes a great deal of energy and activity. It demands collaboration, real-world tools, critical thinking, creativity, and a genuine desire to learn. Knowledge construction also is exciting. It engages the learner and opens up a limitless world of self-directed inquiry.

In 248 Washington state classrooms, you can mark the moment when a struggling math learner constructs--not reproduces--new knowledge about mathematics. A simple document camera, coupled with a learner-centered teaching style, is the key. Empower the learner. Use a simple, real-world technology.

Over the past six years, the NO LIMIT! (New Outcomes: Learning Improvement


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