Campers will participate in action-based leadership activities to help develop team skills such as cooperation, communication and active listening. This will be done through hands-on games and physical activity to promote accountability, lifelong learning and commitment to their team.
Campers solve cases based on real-world problems that children may see in the news or in their community. Our campers will be challenged to work together to create innovative solutions that they can confidently communicate to an audience and apply to help others.
Technology is always changing and evolving, with new, great ideas coming from thinkers, young and old. Great ideas know no age! Imagine your child in a think-tank with other brilliant young minds solving today’s most difficult problems while building the leadership skills required to become the world’s next innovators, leaders, creators and designers. Campers work in groups of 6 or less as they are presented with different real world situations to solve - like creating an audio-only app for the blind, or solving the Toronto ‘racoon-green-bin’ crisis. Hatch places your student in the hot-seat in a socratic learning environment where they discover and learn how other brilliant minds approach similar problems, and reach new solutions on their own (and with the help of our amazing Hatch coaches).