Education support is a family orientated education support organization offering educational courses, outings and other educational services to parents and their children. Do you find that your kids lack that love of learning or need that extra stimulating practical learning experience? The solution could lie in our series of practically orientated educational courses.
Science and Technology equipment * Innovative science packs in chemistry, physics and electronics * Laboratory equipment, rocketry and science toys * Technology packs and components for school projects * Fantastic Birthday and Christmas Gifts Experilab offers... * Assistance with school projects (primary and high school) * Fully equipped research centre * Home schooling support * Scout group get-togethers
Previously we have praised the Chinese and Middle Eastern countries for their outstanding education in mathematics and arithmetic. Now children living in South Africa can also increase their brainpower significantly and sharpen their mental ability by completing a 3 year programme of UCMAS. UCMAS is a brain development programme which uses mental arithmetic to foster whole brain development.
Our collection of interactive exhibits housed in the Old Electric Workshop in Newtown Johannesburg provides hours of fun for kids and adults of all ages to discover, explore and play with science and technology. From LEGO pits and mini-construction sites to understanding the principles of electromagnetism, the exhibits cater for curious minds of all ages.
The TechnoLab at the University of Johannesburg offers workshops in Technology for children of all ages. Both schools and home school groups are welcome. Each workshop is customized according to the specific needs of the group involved. Workshops are outcome based and focus on learning outcomes stipulated by the national curriculum. Examples of workshops: Wheels and Axles, Forces and Structures, Levers, Pulleys, Pneumatics, Electricity.
We organise regular weekly classes where your children learn about new technology, robots and mechanics. Robotics teaches them the base principles of mechanics and helps them to investigate and understand the basics of programming. Here they are learning best by constructing things that are relevant to them and the things they care about, with lots of open-ended activities where they have a choice and a diversity of problems and answers.