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Becoming an able programmer is a process—and one that's agnostic of computer languages.

Still, Studio JS is normally the best place for novice programmers to begin.

  • It introduces students to programming concepts with JavaScript (p5.js).

  • It creates immediate visual outputs that help students as they are learning to write code.

  • Because most of the Internet is written with JavaScript, students can more easily push their work to the web: they don’t need to learn another language to do so.

  • Students choose projects that are of interest to them so that they are engaged in meaningful thought work.

Hatch Studio JS develops the skills needed for production level programming.

 
Its emphasis is on skills and competencies for production level programming that relates to user experience, design, and general app development.

Hatch Studio JS has over 600 projects in 25 learning levels that move students toward greater independence and expertise in requirements-based programming.

Projects are accompanied by thousands of Challenges—smaller requirements that constitute thought work.

There are 10 Challenge levels that are dynamically ranked based on student behaviour in the Hatch Studio universe: the more all students complete a specific Challenge, the more it is pushed toward a Level 1 rank.
 

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In Hatch learning centres, Studio JS is the software used for instruction in the Hatch Prime class.

With Hatch Studio JS, students learn to code some impressive projects.

A fun feature in Studio is Explore: it lets students upvote completed projects that they like.

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