Inspiring the Next Generation of Inventors
4/28/2014 8:00:00 PM
The Lemelson–MIT Program launched
the Junior Varsity InvenTeam initiative,
a program designed to provide ninth
and tenth grade students with access to
hands-on STEM enrichment opportunities.
The initiative begins with pilots in
Massachusetts and Texas, with plans
to extend to California and the Pacific
Northwest in 2015. JV InvenTeams
practice invention-based design activities
and apply their learned skills to create
projects, including shoe soles and
wearable electronics. Students will also
learn to present projects at regional
events alongside other JV InvenTeams
and their varsity counterparts, Lemelson-
Read more at http://lemelson.org
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