Deaf and blind students explore STEM workshop


Two Upstate technology companies have provided grants to fund a unique workshop for students at the SC School for the Deaf and the Blind.

Funded by AFL and ScanSource, the workshop will encourage students to experiment, take risks, and explore their own ideas.

The workshop, to be known as “Einstein’s Workshop,” will be designed to introduce students to career opportunities in science, technology, electronics, and math (STEM).

Einstein’s Workshop will enable students to learn about a subject in class and then create a product based on the principles they learned in the classroom.

The workshop will be equipped with the educational materials necessary for students to practice robotics, electronics/circuits, coding/software, and environmental concepts.

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