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I often think about what it would be like for my class to meet other students from around the United States and beyond. Would my students feel inspired by a project another class is doing? Could my class work with another class on some sort of science or writing project? Is there a possibility of problem solving using Wiki Spaces? Living in the Puget Sound area of Washington I often wonder how healthy is the Puget Sound. What is the quality of the water throughout the Sound? Are there any schools within the Puget Sound testing the water and study the Sound? If so, could we exchange data? I hope that this blog will be a place where educators can share ideas, learn from one another, and have classrooms from around the United States and beyond connect with one another and learn from one another. What would you like to do? Is there a something you have been itching to do with your classroom? Need inspiration or a push in the right direction? Think of all the learning possibilities out there. This is a place to share them or be inspired by them. Come join this community of collaborators.