[Noisebridge-discuss] Burton High School Field Trip Reminder

John Ellis neurofog at gmail.com
Mon Mar 25 18:39:44 UTC 2013

Hi Amber.

I can talk about neuroscience, and electronics, basic circuitry and teach
soldering (assisting Mitch if needed, or solo)


On Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 10:42 AM, Amber Zertuche <anzertuche at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi All,
> Next Tuesday, April 2nd, there will be 45 physics students from Burton
> High School coming to visit Noisebridge from 9am - noon. So far, I have
> Alex talking about video game development, Liz teaching ethical computer
> hacking 101, Mitch showing projects/soldering from 11am-noon, Jarrod
> demoing the laser cutter, Martin talking about circuit bending, Seth and
> Dan giving tours, and Jarrod and Lukas doing general help. Please have your
> station ready by 9am.
> Dru, would you like a station to talk about your range of interests
> (science, tech, egalitarian decision-making, Neuroscience, C++ & Java) or
> would you like your station to have one or two topics?
> So far that is about 3 stations (soldering, video game dev, and circuit
> bending). Would someone be able to teach soldering in the morning from
> 9am-11am before Mitch arrives? Would anyone be willing (and excited!) to
> show students the 3-D printer? How about the vinyl printer? And would
> anyone like to teach students about either speakers (Johny Radio?),
> beginning circuits (wiring), electronics etc?  I'd like a total of 5
> stations so there aren't too many students at one station.
> I will be attending the meeting on Tuesday.
> The students are really excited.
> Sincerely,
> Amber (Ms. Zertuche)
> Physics
> Burton High School
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