Junior school students Marcus Hempel, Harrison Price and Ruby Straker show off their technological know-how at the pop-up IT stand in the Armidale mallSTUDENTS showcase IT possibility Junior School students from TAS showcased the possibilities of digital learning in a pop up stall in Armidale Mall on November 18.
TAS Director of IT Martin Levins and students Lachlan Costello and Lachlan Hunt explore the possibilities of digital technology in the Armidale mall
The tear four and five students worked hard on computer programming, producing anything from games to short movies.
The Maker Lab in the Mall was initiated by Armidale-based NBN coordinator Alun Davies with the aim of bringing activity back to the mall.
TAS director of IT Martin Levins said the initiative was a good way of demonstrating to the public not just the capabilities of the NBN and mobile technologies in general, but the learning opportunities for children it provided.
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