We sat down with a teacher in Toronto who shared how coding can teach kids to embrace failure as a learning experience, provide tools to help solve real world problems and give them skills for life.
Supporting employees has been critical in 2020. Lenovo and TechData partnered with Hatch Coding to offer a family-friendly work perk, a chance for employee's kids to learn coding for free.
Wondering how you’ll fare at home with your kids for two weeks over the holiday break with more free time to fill this year? We can give you quiet moments that you can feel good about taking.
Learning is about exploring, experimenting and creating. The computer is no longer a device that only delivers information but has become a tool for creation, experimentation and exploration.
Almost all software is built in teams, so strong collaboration skills are key for a well-rounded programmer to have.
Are you still looking for gift ideas for the kids on your holiday gift list? Instead of getting them a toy that they’ll soon tire of, why not consider something different this year?
What goes into creating a computer game? A lot! It starts with an idea for what the game will look like and how it will function and then a whole lot of code to bring it to life!
With the number of women in computer science decreasing, strong female role models are needed to help bridge the gender gap in the tech industry.
Meet five kids across the globe who show us that anything is possible with coding.
With technology rapidly advancing and shifting skill requirements for the jobs of the future, what lifelong skills will your child need to be resilient and prepared for the jobs of 2030? There are 5