We are living in a world driven by technological advancement and more aspects of our lives and economy digitized. The separation between the Information Technology (IT) employee and non-IT employee will continue to be minimized and blurred as the division of duties erode. Technical knowhow and understanding will no longer be the sole domain of the IT industry or IT employees. Every field will hire employees with strong digital skills to fill most positions.
Code is the language of the modern world. Whether it’s apps that bring emails to mobile devices or cars that estimate how many miles you can travel before running out of gas, coding is everywhere! Any smart device needs code instructions for it to operate and communicate with the outside world.
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:
Here at Hatch, we’re dedicated to paying it forward and giving kids the opportunity to explore their passions. We wanted to share a letter that we received from our new friend Matthew, an Inuvik Robotics & Engineering Club Coach, who helped coordinate a Hatch visit for some of his students. He gave a lot of thought about which camp was right for them, we're glad we were there for them - it was a great experience.