About Our Team
Owner/Operator, Carol Frachtman
Carol Frachtman has been an educator for over twenty years. She has worked with children of all ages with an emphasis on students, ages 8-12. Carol holds a degree in Elementary Education, K-6, and a Masters in Teaching and Learning with in the area of Curriculum Instruction and Design. She has taught Gifted Education for the past 15 years, and stresses the importance of critical thinking and intellectual inquisitiveness. Carol’s goal is to build on children’s natural curiosities, unlimited imaginations, and to provide opportunities for inquiry-based, collaborative lessons that spark enthusiasm for learning in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).
Owner/Operator, Brianna Frachtman
Brianna Frachtman graduated from University of Florida with a Bachelors Degree in Animal Sciences, and from Nova Southeastern University with a Masters Degree in Teaching and Learning with an emphasis on S.T.E.M. Education. Brianna is also gifted endorsed and specializes in program differentiation. While growing up, Brianna was that kid that loved everything science and math. She has taught middle school science in the areas of both earth and life sciences, and her mission is to encourage children to believe that learning science, technology, engineering, and math can and should be fun. The key is engagement, and her mission is to do just that!
Lead & Assistant TeachersOur teachers were hand picked by our team, and share our passion to inspire the next generation of Engineers! Our teachers have a higher education background, whether currently in school, recently graduated, or seasoned Educator; some are even Engineers! Each instructor goes through a national background check, and complete training on our curriculum and classroom management. Our student teacher ratios are the lowest! Your child always receives a safe and quality learning environment!
Michael Lee/Assistant Teacher
Michael Lee serves as an assistant teacher for Broward Engineering For Kids. Michael received his B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Florida and is currently working towards a M.E. through UF’s Electronic Delivery of Graduate Engineering program. As an engineering student, Michael offers a unique perspective on the challenges and rewards of pursuing an education in the field of engineering.