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30-50 high school physics students are coming to visit Noisebridge with their teacher on Wednesday April 3, 2013 from 9am to noon. Sign up here if you have a skill you would like to teach to a small (or large) group.
 
30-50 high school physics students are coming to visit Noisebridge with their teacher on Wednesday April 3, 2013 from 9am to noon. Sign up here if you have a skill you would like to teach to a small (or large) group.
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Context: students will be starting to learn about electromagnetism and will be building speakers. Anybody willing to teach a class about speakers, circuit bending, or anyway that you have applied EM knowledge to your current projects or past projects please sign up below!
  
 
We should organize this page into time slots and stations for teaching, with notes on the capacity for each station.  
 
We should organize this page into time slots and stations for teaching, with notes on the capacity for each station.  
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* Liz ( possible: laser cutter, beginning soldering, arduino demo, open source software contribution)
 
* Liz ( possible: laser cutter, beginning soldering, arduino demo, open source software contribution)
 
* Dru  (science, tech, egalitarian decision-making, Neuroscience, C++ & Java)
 
* Dru  (science, tech, egalitarian decision-making, Neuroscience, C++ & Java)
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* Mitch (teach how to solder, electronics, show fun and simple projects -- but only after 11am)
  
  
 
Stations:
 
Stations:
  
* laser cutter
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* laser cutter (4 people)
 
* sewing
 
* sewing
* electronics
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* electronics  
* library  
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* library
 
* Turing classroom
 
* Turing classroom
 
* Church classroom
 
* Church classroom
 
* 3D printers
 
* 3D printers
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* kitchen
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* electronics lab
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* ??
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Proposed Schedule:
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9:00am: arrive, introduce Noisebridge, and tour
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9:30am: station teaching segment 1
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10:00am: station teaching segment 2
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10:30am: station teaching segment 3
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11:00am: station teaching segment 4
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11:30am: station teaching segment 5
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noon: leave
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(is a half hour enough time per station?)
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Sign Ups:
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Laser cutting
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1.
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2.
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3.
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4.
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Beginning Soldering
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1.
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Open source software contribution
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1.
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Arduino Demo
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1.
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Speakers?
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1.
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Electronics
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1.
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More....?

Revision as of 17:03, 17 February 2013

30-50 high school physics students are coming to visit Noisebridge with their teacher on Wednesday April 3, 2013 from 9am to noon. Sign up here if you have a skill you would like to teach to a small (or large) group.

Context: students will be starting to learn about electromagnetism and will be building speakers. Anybody willing to teach a class about speakers, circuit bending, or anyway that you have applied EM knowledge to your current projects or past projects please sign up below!

We should organize this page into time slots and stations for teaching, with notes on the capacity for each station.


  • Liz ( possible: laser cutter, beginning soldering, arduino demo, open source software contribution)
  • Dru (science, tech, egalitarian decision-making, Neuroscience, C++ & Java)
  • Mitch (teach how to solder, electronics, show fun and simple projects -- but only after 11am)


Stations:

  • laser cutter (4 people)
  • sewing
  • electronics
  • library
  • Turing classroom
  • Church classroom
  • 3D printers
  • kitchen
  • electronics lab
  •  ??

Proposed Schedule:

9:00am: arrive, introduce Noisebridge, and tour 9:30am: station teaching segment 1 10:00am: station teaching segment 2 10:30am: station teaching segment 3 11:00am: station teaching segment 4 11:30am: station teaching segment 5 noon: leave

(is a half hour enough time per station?)

Sign Ups:

Laser cutting 1. 2. 3. 4.

Beginning Soldering 1.

Open source software contribution 1.

Arduino Demo 1.

Speakers? 1.

Electronics 1.

More....?

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