[Noisebridge-discuss] Burton High School Field Trip Reminder
lizhenry at gmail.com
Wed Mar 27 16:10:24 UTC 2013
I am not sure the hacking will work out actually because that works better
when everyone has a computer to be hands-on. Instead I'm happy to just
jump in with the soldering since it seems like everyone might like a turn
at that. We could easily have 20 soldering students at a time with 3
teacher/helpers (me, John, and Yan)
On Wed, Mar 27, 2013 at 1:59 AM, Amber Zertuche <anzertuche at gmail.com>wrote:
> Schedule for Burton High School Trip on Tuesday, April 2nd from 9-noon.
> ATTENTION COURSE LEADERS: There will be around 5-10 students at each
> station. If you have a specific capacity for your course, let me know by
> Station 1: Main room: Soldering with John and Yan
> Station 2: Laser and vinyl cutting with Jarrod
> Station 3: Library: Ethical hacking 101 with Liz
> Station 4: Church: Video Game Development with Alex
> Station 5: Turing: Circuit bending with Martin
> Station 6: Kitchen: Quantum Electrodynamics with Dru
> Seth, Dan, and Lukas will be available to do general help (giving tours,
> assisting soldering station).
> UPDATE: From 12:00-12:30 students will have free time to explore parts of
> Noisebridge that interest them or go back to a station and work/play.
> Thank you to all the volunteers! And to those who haven't volunteered
> yet... does working with a bunch of high school physics students sound fun
> to you? Volunteer! Add your name to the wiki here:
> https://noisebridge.net/wiki/Burton_High_School_visit. Include what you'd
> like to do (give tours in the morning, general help, teach a class etc) and
> your name.
> On Tue, Mar 26, 2013 at 3:15 PM, James Sundquist <sundquistjames at gmail.com
> > wrote:
>> I'm curious if you'd be willing to have a small table at the Saturday
>> fundraiser as well to teach people about neuroscience and the like for a
>> couple hours of the afternoon. What do you think?
>> On Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 11:39 AM, John Ellis <neurofog at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> 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.
>>>> Amber (Ms. Zertuche)
>>>> Burton High School
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