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The Three Rs in Education: The Necessity of Coding Education in Schools

If you are familiar with primary education, you may have heard of the three Rs in education: Reading, wRiting and aRithmetic.

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Ontario is Falling Behind in Teaching Students Programming

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Mastery Learning - The Science Behind Hatch

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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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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

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

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

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Hatch is about life-long learning

Hatch coding is all about self-paced, mastery-based learning. Co-founders, Peter Kuperman and Emmanuelle Deaton, are life-long learners. Peter is a computer engineer and Emmanuelle is a teacher who

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More Than Gaming

Contrary to popular belief, learning code is so much more than gaming.

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Becoming The Creator: Supporting Hobbies with Coding

Many coding programs are starting to integrate playing video games and learning code, so that children interested in playing video games will start to understand the language behind creating them.

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