Scott Elementary students are 21st century learners and incorporate collaboration, technology, arts and Georgia Standards of Excellence in each day's lessons. Jennifer Marcum's fourth grade class is working with Rebecca Tabb's third grade class to teach them how to use a green screen with digital arts. The third graders created pictures of themselves next to the type of Native American home they would choose to live. (Top) Sanyla Duran poses next to a Pueblo using green screen technology. (Middle) Gabrielle Jones acts as an expert teacher to 3rd grader, Reece Chastain. Marcum’s 4th grade class taught Tabb’s 3rd class how to use the app Do Ink and create images of themselves super imposed next to Native American homes of their choice. (Bottom) Jayla Smith, a 3rd grade student in Tabb’s class, uses Do Ink to put herself inside a teepee.