First Video Call was held between Grade VII students of STEM School Highlands Ranch and SCOTLE High School.

It was 7:40 pm in Jaipur, India and 7:10 am in Denver, USA.

Students at both end were enthusiastic about their exchange on HTML. HTML is a programming language that is used to create web pages.

Students of both the schools presented their projects and asked questions on the coding.

STEM school students were surprised to learn that our students had prepared the html projects in a week’s time, the efforts of our students were appreciated by their Computer Science Mentor – Simi Basu.

Students also exchanged views on other programming languages, technology and culture.

The  main objective through this Collaboration is to address:

  • Digital citizenship
  • Coding and programming
  • Digital storytelling
  • Creating and designing
  • Communication and collaboration
  • STEAM projects around real problems that need to be solved
  • Adjustable STEAM activities to accommodate for different ages, abilities, interests and even group sizes.
  • Curriculum integrated STEAM activities
  • Students Exchange Program

The videos from the session are in the link below: