[Noisebridge-discuss] Burton High School Field Trip Reminder

Amber Zertuche anzertuche at gmail.com
Tue Mar 26 18:15:44 UTC 2013

Excellent, John!
Would you be able to teach soldering solo? I spoke with Mitch last night
and he is not sure if he is going to make it to the field trip. Jarrod will
be setting up and knows where the soldering stuff is so you should have
soldering stations all set up by the time you get here. Can you make it by
9am and teach soldering to a new group of students every half hour until
noon? I'm going to print out a bunch of "Soldering is Easy" PDFs so you
will have them to distribute to the students so they can reference it
throughout the workshop. Should I buy anything so they can practice
soldering or do you think there is enough stuff to play with at Noise
Bridge? Let me know what you need and I will get it! Are you going to be at
the member meeting tonight? I'll be there and we can touch base then.
Thanks again

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)
> Cheers!
> -John
> 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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