What is STEM?
STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — in an interdisciplinary and applied approach. Rather than teach the four disciplines as separate and discrete subjects, STEM integrates them into a cohesive learning paradigm based on real-world applications In other words - STEM is Science and Technology interpreted through Engineering, all based in Mathematical elements. - STEM is the future of education! - STEM aims at fostering the growth of creativity, innovation, and design in young learners. - STEM education enables young learners to both discover the world’s problems and tackle them head-on.
Future careers are STEM careers! Today, there is an increase demand for skilled workforce in science, technology, engineering, and math and this has become highly linked to global competitiveness. There is a huge gap between today’s available career in STEM fields and young people who are STEM educated or even have interest in STEM
What is the language of instruction? (Montreal)
Most of classes are bilingual – the only exception to that is when a class has all participants only specking French or only speaking English, then the class in conducted in this language.
What age groups are served by Engineeius?
Globally Engineeius develops programs for grades K - 12, in some locations we have programs for as young as 4 years old (coding programs), but typically we serve the following age groups 5 to 7, 8 to 11, 12 - 14. Some locations have programs for 15 and 16 years old as well. In Canada most of our programs are currently delivered for ages 5 - 7 and 8 to 12
Will Engineeius replicate my child’s school curriculum?
No, Engineeius supplements your child’s school curriculum through fun education.
Do you sell educational kits?
Programs and Events
When does your programs take place?
Most of our programs are delivered in weekends and during school vacations. Some locations have after-school programs as well. Please check the schedule of your desired location.
Who designs the programs?
Our programs are developed by teams of international educators, curriculum developers, subject matter experts and practitioners
Are the programs mapped to education standards?
Most of our engineering, math, science and technology programs are mapped to different relevant international education standards. Please check with our specialists for further details.
Reservations and Payments
How can I pay?
You can pay by Credit Card online or over the phone. You can pay by PayPal. You can also pay cash or by check.
Can I do installments?
Currently we do not accept installments.
How can I reserve?
You can reserve online at our website Canada.engineeius.com under the find schedule tab You can reserve over the phone You can reserve in person (but please note our office hours which are different from the programs hours, only administrative personnel can make a reservation during office hours – also please note that currently in person reservation is limited to our Westisland location)
Can I pay the first day of classes?
You can if there are places still available in the group, this cannot be guaranteed. Advance payments is recommended to guarantee your booking.