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Naming our Software and Exciting Product Updates

Oct 29, 2018 10:37:19 PM / by Hatch Coding posted in Software, Product Update

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All About Our Process for Product Development & Product Updates

Oct 29, 2018 10:33:43 PM / by Hatch Coding posted in Software, Product Update

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Product for Teachers & Students of Computer Programming—that's our obsession around these parts.

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How Coding Helps with Success in the Learning of Mathematics

Jun 7, 2018 8:44:58 PM / by Hatch Coding posted in mathematics, coding, thinking

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Laura Gini-Newman is an educational mathematics specialist and consultant to schools and school boards around the world. Over the course of several months, she and Hatch co-founder, Peter Kuperman, mapped the many ways in which coding helps with success in the learning of mathematics. This work was undertaken as part of the Hatch Leadership Team initiatives to research the impact of innovation in industry on learning in the classroom.

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Toronto: Peter Kuperman loves innovation, wants kids learning code

May 24, 2018 3:41:55 PM / by Hatch Coding posted in learning code, innovation, kids learning code, peter kuperman

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We talked to Hatch co-founder and innovator, Peter Kuperman about innovation, kids learning code, and being in Toronto.

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Kids Learning Code Is Like Long-Distance Running says Peter Kuperman

May 24, 2018 3:14:03 PM / by Hatch Coding

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According to Hatch co-founder, Peter Kuperman, kids learning code is like long-distance running because:

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Soft Skills at the Heart of Camp

May 24, 2018 8:45:00 AM / by Hatch Coding posted in skills, world economic forum, leadership, collaboration

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Where have the soft skills gone?

Could it be that flexible working environments, distance education and sparsely decorated, so-called open workspaces are actually stifling our ability to navigate a modern tapestry? With the prediction from academics and the World Economic Forum that 47% of jobs will be lost to technology within the next decade, our interpersonal and leadership skills are going to take a real hit. Major players in the tech world are already voicing troubling shortfalls in employees’ skill sets. They note that employees are often unable to address large groups or think strategically, putting themselves at a leadership disadvantage. Truly, students today must be prepared to be life-long learners. Through our classes and most particularly, our tech leadership camp, students are able to develop their soft skills and to become familiar with the multiple facets of the tech industry.

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Toronto Summer Camp Kids Dream Big with Industry Field Trips

May 23, 2018 1:25:00 PM / by Hatch Coding posted in coding, Events, field trip, Hatch Students, Industry Experts, students, summer camp toronto

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For the past several years, we've been able to bring many Toronto summer campers on industry field trips. It's an opportunity to have kids start to understand how their developing skills will help them in the future, particularly as life-long learnersTo inspire them, we visit local leading technology companies to show our students potential exciting career options and coding in action. Our camp has been so successful that it's even been featured in Owl Magazine and Our Kids! Keep that in mind when you're hunting for the best summer camps in Toronto!

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Top 5 reasons why STEM should be STEAM

May 17, 2018 8:01:34 PM / by Hatch Coding posted in STEM, skills, science, playtime, kids, STEM Programs, coding camp, coding, STEAM, school, camp, technology, top 5

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Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, also known as STEM is a valuable part of  students' education. When we add the letter A - for ARTS - to the acronym, we get an even more meaningful experience in programs at school and at camp. It even makes for great playtime and Hatch achieves that through project-based learning. 

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Kids Making, Coding, and Innovation

May 8, 2018 4:26:00 PM / by Hatch Coding posted in peter kuperman, emmanuelle deaton, kids learning code, making, coding, innovation

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In this blog post we look at why Peter Kuperman, one of Hatch's co-founders, is excited about kids coding, making, and innovating.

Peter Kuperman believes that in a perfect world, every student will have the opportunity to create and make something innovative and new that comes from their hearts. He loves toys, games, coding, and sharing those passions with anyone willing to listen. Making, coding, and innovation are essential to making Hatch fun.

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SUMMER SURVIVAL: The whats, whys, and hows of camps in and around Toronto

Apr 16, 2018 3:04:17 PM / by Hatch Coding posted in summer camps for kids, collaboration, leadership, toronto

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So, you've made it through the school year.  Lost mittens, packed lunches, PA days. You did it.  With the kids finally asleep, you breathe a sigh of relief when it hits you, SUMMER CAMP.  What to choose?  Who to choose? How to choose?

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