If you’ve ever watched children at play, you know they’re fascinated with building things—and with taking things apart to see how they work. In other words, children are natural-born engineers.

FMAE calls for children to make them learn and enhance their knowledge with real problem-solving skills. Activities conducted by FMAE are based on real world technologies and problems which helps the children to see how a particular discipline is relevant to their daily lives.

Activities that will be conducted in schools are classroom based which helps in building a classroom equity. The design process involved removes the stigma from failure; instead, failure is an important part of the problem-solving process and a positive way to learn. It is equally important that there’s no single “right” answer to any problem; one problem can have many solutions. When classrooms instruction includes these activities, all students can see themselves as a successful one.

FMAE IN SCHOOL is a project-based learning program which will have an essence of their future activities. All students will learn together which helps in building communication skills and to answer to various critical questions as “HOW An ELECTRIC MOTOR HELPS IN RUNNING A VEHICLE?” and “HOW A BATTERY IS CHARGED AND DISCHARGED?”

As these activities are a part of elementary instructions, students become more aware of the diverse opportunities for engineering, science, and technical careers and they are more likely to see these careers as options they could choose.

Finally, consider some of our nation’s most pressing policy issues—energy, healthcare, the environment. Engineering and technological literacy will be critical for all citizens to make informed decisions in the 21st century.