We unveiled our plans to revolutionize the studentsí spatial conception development through the challenge and support of a cooperative learning of practice, the development of the profession as a whole and through sharing innovation and expertise. This encompasses cognitive consultancy, curriculum integration, solutions architecture, management of cooperative learning, embedding the solution and delivering through efficient technology involvement. This unique difference means we can advise on the implementation of those technologies within a live environment. In Taiwan, we are experimenting with a high level of technology integration to suit the students' learning requirements in the solid geometry curriculum. Married to this idea is the use of the iPad. The implementation of a new teaching model using the iPad has been very successful. The devices have been well received by students and by teachers and are increasingly well-used in the solid geometry curriculum as their attributes and limitations are learned. Both pedagogical changes and new ways of learning engender by access to information and learning tools, progress in the implementation of the scheme has been outstanding. By having teachers become more aware of their students' cognitive skills, attitudes, and misconceptions, teaching practices and student achievement can be enhanced.