[Fwd: [msgs] Teach anything you want!]
ypod at mit.edu
Wed Oct 17 01:02:27 EDT 2007
Not sure if this is relevant, but maybe someone would like to showcase
the XO there? I may have an hour or two to spare on that weekend, but no
more than that. Please forward freely and let me know.
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Subject: [msgs] Teach anything you want!
Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2007 19:10:52 -0400 (EDT)
From: Catherine Havasi <havasi at MIT.EDU>
To: msgs at media.mit.edu
I know a lot of people in the lab teach for Splash -
which is a one weekend program where you can teach a
class on anything you want to high school and middle
school students in the Boston area. It's a very low
time commitment opportunity and is a lot of fun.
Email me with questions.
Are you interested in things?
Then inflict your interests on high school students by teaching Splash
Splash is a weekend-long program on November 17-18 where you can teach
ANYTHING you want to high school students. Quantum mechanics, speaker
building, origami, duct tape design, tissue engineering...everything is
fair game. Your class can be as large or as small as you want and can
last anywhere from 1-5 hours. Just register your class, and you're free to
delve into your favorite topics with bright high school students from all
over the area.
If you're not sure what to teach, come to the ESP office (W20-467) at 6pm
on wednesday; we'll have a group brainstorming session.
For more information, go to esp.mit.edu, then register your Splash class BY
OCTOBER 20th at http://esp.mit.edu/teach/Splash/2007/teacherreg/.
See you there!
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