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Project INSPIRE: Spring 2023

TSVIs: Boost your math and STEM knowledge with Project INSPIRE!

Singing praises for Project INSPIRE! The dedicated team behind Project INSPIRE saw a critical need across the U.S. and have developed quality solutions to these needs. The need? Supporting TSVIs in Nemeth code and strategies for teaching highly visual math and STEM concepts to students who are blind or low vision. The solution? Incredible, FREE training by educators who love and excel in teaching math to students who are blind or low vision. Project INSPIRE has also created virtual summer classes with exciting STEM-related activities for students. Have you taken advantage of these amazing courses?

Project INSPIRE is now recruiting for spring 2023 courses that will begin on Monday, February 20. 

Project INSPIRE will be offering six courses. This includes a new course, Nemeth Code Symbols Used in High School and Strategies for Supporting Math Learning.

We are offering the opportunity for you to take ONE of the courses. You may choose from the following courses:

Please see the attached course flyer for information about the courses. Due to popular demand, we will have optional Happy Hour sessions via Zoom this spring!

The link to the online sign up form.  

Please also feel free to share this email with others who may be interested.

If you have questions, please contact:

Tina S. Herzberg, Ph.D.
Professor and Coordinator of Special Education – Visual Impairment Program
USC Upstate; School of Education, Human Performance, and Health; HEC 3039
800 University Way
Spartanburg, SC 29303
Office: 864-503-5572
Fax: 864-503-5574
[email protected]

Visit: Project INSPIRE: Increasing the STEM Potential of Individuals who Read Braille

Use this form to be notified of future Project INSPIRE courses and other activities. 

by Diane Brauner, 1/17/23

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