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Confidence to Succeed and Independence to Achieve

We interviewed our intern, Nina Khera, about her experiences at Hatch. Nina is now a skillful programmer and confident in her capabilities. As an intern, she has been writing programs that we are

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Why programming can be, but isn't necessarily, a math playground

There is a common misconception that in order to be good at computer programming, an individual also needs to be good at math (meaning advanced math). That misconception has been hanging around now

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Computer Programming and Pedagogy: Thoughts on Pedagogical Approaches

Pedagogical approaches matter a lot to the success of content delivery and content mastery. The idea of content mastery seems more and more antiquated as time goes by, human knowledge and experience

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Spending time with professional teachers

This past Saturday was the 19th ACSE.net conference. That stands for the Association of Computer Science Educators. Peter Kuperman and I both attended. I was able to get away in the morning and be

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Curriculum and Technology

As the degree of technological change and human knowledge continues to grow by leaps and bounds, teachers and policy makers must grapple with several important questions:

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Coding Education Facts and Figures

One of the reasons we do what we do at Hatch is to keep coding relevant for our students. Here are some interesting Canadian facts and figures which will help clarify why there needs to be change in

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Naming our Software and Exciting Product Updates

Hi all!

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All About Our Process for Product Development & Product Updates

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

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Toronto: Peter Kuperman loves innovation, wants kids learning code

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

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Does Your Child Have the Summer Camp Blues? Try Coding!

You don’t want your children to miss out on the experience of summer camp, but it seems that the camp you sent them to last year just doesn’t fit them. You struggle with whether you should even send

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Soft Skills at the Heart of Camp

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

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Toronto Summer Camp Kids Dream Big with Industry Field Trips

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

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