Between school, sports, part-time jobs, and extra curriculars, our kids are busy.
If you are familiar with primary education, you may have heard of the three Rs in education: Reading, wRiting and aRithmetic.
In the world of computer programming for kids and teens, two primary approaches have become common: teach using block-based languages and teach using fully featured programming languages.
A lot of parents are familiar with this scene: their kids spend hours in front of a screen while on the couch, in the car, or at the table.
Part 1: The Why? Part 2: The How? If we examine global trends, it is clear that an increasing number of schools worldwide are integrating some form of computer programming into the curriculum. In
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
We talked to Hatch co-founder and innovator, Peter Kuperman about innovation, kids learning code, and being in Toronto.
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