Early Engineering Level 1 focuses on what, why & how of Simple Machines. It is designed to provide foundational knowledge about Wheel & Axle, Gear, Pulley & Lever by building principle & main models. Students will eventually build compund machines & problem-solving projects that uses fundamental know-how of 4 simple machines.
Early Engineering Level 2 provides an in-depth understanding of mechanical and structural principles as well as early physics concepts like Force & Motion, Energy & Measurement. By building, designing, and testing everyday machines, students work as young scientists and engineers, all while honing design science, technology, engineering and math [STEM] skills.
Early Engineering Level 3 provides studnets with problem-solving & Maker projects, where they apply creativity, design engineering & STEM skills to build solutions to real world problems.
They build in collaboration, reflect and re-design the model functionality and present their findings.