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And the Winners Are… Young ICTE Final Winners

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The winners in 3-4, 5-6, 7-8, and second place in 5-6 are AARNet connected schools.

The Inaugural National Judging Competition 2015 brought together all the 1st place winners from each state and regional competition. 76 students from 35 (11 AARNet connected) schools participated from around the country, from as far away as Townsville in North Queensland and Perth. A number of teams who were unable to travel submitted video entries. Projects demonstrated a sophisticated competency across a range of disciplines including electronics (including Arduino, Galileo and Raspberry Pi), software development, 3D modelling, game development and media production.

In total throughout September and October 7 events were hosted with 119 schools displaying 371 unique ICT projects and engaging 871 students.

AARNet’s Nick Cross was on the judging panel in six of the seven regional competitions and the final.

Awards for the Young ICTE Final Winners.


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