The Global Collaborative Learning Program conducted for two consecutive years

We are pleased to report that we conducted our Global Collaborative Learning Program between India and Japan in December 2022. It was the second year to conduct the program with Oberlin High School, a famous private school located in Tokyo, Japan. This year, students from Suncity School and Tagore International School, East of Kailash participated in the program from India.

During the three-days program, we saw an active interaction between the three schools. Students from India shared a lot of information about their culture, lifestyle, and school through the live interaction as well as through videos. There were some students who even exchanged information related to programming and coding.

The students from both countries participated in the group activities and made group videos as their final output. All of the groups collaborated well and did a great job in making interesting group videos.

In the end of the program, students sent appreciation message and feedback each other. It helped students to understand their strength from the perspective of different cultures.

Such interaction made students motivated and help them to get global mindset to collaborate with people from different cultural background. The students told that the program was very informative and fun. We hope the experience help students for their further growth.

We appreciate all the three schools, teachers and students who proactively participated in the interaction.

We will keep working to provide such opportunities to more schools in India and Japan.

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Oberlin Junior and Senior High School:

Suncity School:

Tagore International School, East of Kailash: