So why e² machinery engineering?
We believe the elements of engineering and mechanics are a trivial matter in the daily conduct. In the early years of development, children fine tune their motor skills to perform everyday activities. The programme helps them realize that there are a variety of ways to approach and solve a problem, and how to make the optimal choice among all options.
Besides the obvious fact that engineering skills and learning are vital, the basic idea behind the “Do not force it” system is building the children’s self-realization, confidence and independence.
The Subjects Taught in Our
Machinery Engineering Education Programmes
Basic and complex mathematics:
The integration between designing and building the models lies in calculations of energy transformations and allows the Young Engineers instructor the opportunity to teach basic mathematics, from addition and subtraction to exponents.
Powers and principles in physics:
Some of the principles of physics that are taught include: centrifugal and centripetal forces; the power of inertia; potential energy; kinetic energy; action and reaction law; buoyancy; torques; fulcrum; load division; angular momentum; and much more.