e2 Young Engineers Australia offers STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education programs for children and teenagers. Their programs aim to develop students' critical thinking, problem-solving, and analytical skills through fun and engaging activities.
The programs are designed for students aged between 3 to 15 years old, with each age group having a customised curriculum that meets their cognitive abilities and interests. The courses are run by experienced educators, who use a variety of teaching methods to help students learn and understand the concepts. The programs offer several courses, including the Bricks Challenge, Galileo Challenge, Robo Bricks and Robotics.
The flagship program, Bricks Challenge, uses stories, demonstrations and LEGO® to spark imagination and make learning more engaging. This program features a strong focus on problem solving and critical thinking.
This more advanced program provides hands-on engineering experiences that will equip young minds with 21st century skills. The Galileo Technic program investigates mechanical systems from a real-world point of view. Children will explore mechanical, mathematical and physical aspects of machinery, while focusing on finding solutions to complex problems via teamwork, problem solving and critical thinking.
Students learn how to build, code and control fully functioning robots that resembles real-world scenarios.
The Robotics program is an advanced course for students aged 10 and above, where they learn about the principles of robotics, programming, and automation. They work with Lego Mindstorms EV3 robots, building and programming them to perform various tasks and challenges. The Coding course is designed for students aged 8 and above, where they learn about the fundamentals of computer programming using Scratch, Python, and other programming languages.
All courses are delivered in a fun and engaging way, using hands-on activities, games, and challenges. e2 Young Engineers Brisbane Outer North also provides all the necessary equipment, including Lego bricks, computers, and robots, so students do not need to bring anything from home.
e2 Young Engineers believes that STEM education is essential for the future success of young people, and they aim to inspire the next generation of engineers and scientists. Their courses are designed to make learning fun and engaging, while also providing valuable skills and knowledge for the future.