Susan Creekmore teaches algebra II and trigonometry/advanced mathematics to tenth, eleventh and twelfth grades at Marion High School in Marion. Mrs. Creekmore is particularly gratified that her students know how to "use technology to solve problems cooperatively with the students in their classroom and classrooms around the nation and the world." After Mrs. Creekmore attended a Teachers and Technology Institute in 1994, she implemented a number of projects that involve her class in a learning circle linked via computer network. Her students have studied air pollution with a school in Wyoming, acid rain with an alternative school in New Jersey and the greenhouse effect with a school in Indiana. Last year, her students communicated electronically with students in Japan and Singapore.