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Title: Scott Nardu at Wudikapildiyerr
Photo No: PH0875/0022
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metadata.picturent.dc.contributor.photographer: Clark, Darren
Date taken: 16-Jun-2010
Place: Woodycupaldiya (N.T.)
Collection: Darren Clark Collection.
Description: In this image of the students using the computers at St, Michael's P.S., Scott Nardu and his mates are enjoying themselves as they discover the joys of computer culture. Each day the students happily spent hours playing educational games and competing against each other to see who can complete the program with the least amount of mistakes. The education of a minority group obviously has great bearing on the cultural development of the people. What children learn during the active hours of their most receptive years, will help them to shape and express their cultural identity and outlook. Win Thomas AKA "Mr. T" believes the Indigenous students at St Michaels have a right to a mainstream education that does not handicap them on their life’s journey through the modern world.
Subject: Aboriginal peoples (Australians)
Copyright owner: Library & Archives NT
Digital format: 300dpi ; 36.16Mb.
File type: image/tiff.
Hardcopy format: 1 photograph : digital, col.
Use and Restrictions: Attribution International 4.0 (CC BY 4.0)
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