Using Mentoring Programs to Engage Students in STEM
Working with others who are more advanced in STEM often encourages younger students in middle or elementary school to become more engaged in the subject. Some quick tips:
Creates collaboration opportunities
Allows students to explore new topics
Keeps students from falling behind with concepts
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