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 them anywhere this summer – then, you discovered Hatch.
Contrary to popular belief, learning code is so much more than gaming.
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.
Tell someone you’re a computer programmer, and they’ll visualize a person hunched in front of a computer screen for days at a time with no outside human contact. In reality, nothing could be further from the truth! Socializing is essential to coding, as most programmers must work, learn, and function together while building projects as a team.
Hatch Canada teaches coding in a fun and engaging way in order to prepare your kids for the digital future. We do this through our online learning platform designed to give students real time and human feedback on progress. We’ve showcased projects made by our students in the past but we wanted to give you a behind the scenes look into how those projects are actually coded.
Q: What is the one skill that most adults use everyday but is rarely taught in schools anymore?
Technology is everywhere. It’s in the way we order food, the way we socialize, and even how we read. That’s why learning basic skills in computing or engineering is more important now than ever before. There are many benefits from STEAM programs and while some schools offer them, others don't or your child may want to do even more such learning. That’s where Hatch comes in.
The Hatch team is such an important part of our program and student experiences that we try to take every opportunity to highlight our instructors. With their guidance, our students, your children thrive in the coding environment we’ve developed. So here’s what it’s like to be a Hatch Coach.