As a technology company with expertise to digitize business processes, we want to help advance the digital education of learners and give them a playful access to the digital world. That's why DSA handed over small minicomputers—so called Calliopes—in the form of a donation to the primary school in Würm (city of Geilenkirchen) last week. With the Calliopes, which can be easily programmed, primary school pupils can get to know the world of computers playfully and creatively.
Primary school teacher Mr. Terhaar received the equipment representative for the booster club of the primary school Würm. It is planned that in the first step an AG will be founded. Afterwards, the devices will be integrated into the computer lessons so that the little ones can exploit the IT in a playful way and experiment with technology at an early stage.
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