Students, at first, are assigned jobs that play to their individual strengths, so that they may gain self-confidence and become more comfortable with the project. There is no limit to the range of abilities necessary to engage in the process. One student, who is visually impaired, checks the water levels in the tower’s reservoir because this can be assessed by touch alone. He also uses his brailed ruler to measure plant growth and his laptop and phone apps to do his math calculations. This is a unique way to validate their strengths, encourage them to work together and connect their actions to tangible results.