If your son or daughter is obsessed with building structures and tinkering with gadgets, it's time to learn more about Sylvan's Engineering programs in Dartmouth. Our courses are interactive and engaging, so your child will have a great time learning basic engineering concepts and putting his or her creativity to the test. Working with a partner, your child will have the the chance to complete a variety of different projects including constructing models of real bridges with K’NEX® pieces and building machines with LEGO® bricks. It’s the ideal way to learn crucial 21st century skills that can have a positive effect in and beyond the classroom!
Put STEM Skills First
With our Engineering courses in Dartmouth, learning valuable STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) is a blast with activities that involve constructing and deconstructing building models and tinkering with gadgets. Through collaborative activities and hands-on learning, your child will also be able to strengthen a variety of useful problem solving and critical thinking skills. Make sure your child is set up for success: register today!▼
A Tailored Experience
With a 6:1 student-to-teacher ratio and a maximum of 12 students per class, you can rest assured your child will receive the personal attention he or she needs to thrive. We also provide regular email communication to keep you informed of the course’s progress and your child’s work. You’ll be able to see what your son or daughter is working on, gain an understanding of the importance of STEM concepts and get a sneak peek at next week’s project. It’s a great way for you to share in your child’s success!
With our Engineering programs in Dartmouth, you can expect:
- A STEM curriculum that focuses on critical 21st century competencies.
- Hands-on learning in which students use LEGO® and K'NEX® pieces to design, test and redesign various machines and structures.
- Collaborative projects that help your child gain teamwork skills and make new friends.
- Sessions that end with wrap-up activities to consolidate the concepts learned in class.