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 how coding is taught.
Hatch Coding was started by Emmanuelle Deaton and Peter Kuperman. Emmanuelle has a background teaching French Immersion, core French, extended French, and the social sciences, while Peter is a computer engineer. They're both passionate about making a difference in the world. One of the things they want to accomplish is getting more women into technology. In June 2017, Emmanuelle sat down with a staff writer to answer some questions.
In 2016, one of the co-founders and CEOs of Hatch, Peter Kuperman, and then COO, Mina Tawadrous, explained why coding is so beneficial for kids, and why Hatch has developed the best way to teach all different types of learners.
We had chance to speak with Ben, Paz’s son and a current student at Hatch, to learn more about his experience with camp.