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== Intro to Arduino ==
 
== Intro to Arduino ==
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*We have slides - https://docs.google.com/present/edit?id=0AW-BexqWBODRZGNyYzlnbjZfMjZjenE2Y2gyOA&hl=en_US
  
 
== Advanced Arduino ==
 
== Advanced Arduino ==
 
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== Arduino + i2c ==
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* Have some common i2c devices, get them working together...
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* Could also build a parallax propeller version 
  
 
== Intro to FamiLAB ==
 
== Intro to FamiLAB ==
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** Communication/collaboration tools
 
** Communication/collaboration tools
 
** Shop safety
 
** Shop safety
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* Could have several people each do a 15 minute segment...
  
== How to Teach a Class class ==
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Tracy started thinking about how to structure this class and determined that without a clear idea of the mission (and whatever policies or rules get written as a by-product of the mission), it's hard to make a lot of headway on this.  Once the mission workshop happens it will be easier.
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== How to Teach a Class class and workshop ==
 
* Instructor: [[user:Tracy|Tracy]]
 
* Instructor: [[user:Tracy|Tracy]]
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* Scheduled for Tuesday, February 28, 2012, 7:00 PM
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This class will run about two hours total -- one hour of organized instruction followed by an hour of open lab where you can work on a lesson plan and get feedback.
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You will get the most benefit from this class if you come with an idea in mind of what class you would like to teach.  We'll use your ideas as our working examples.
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We'll talk about how to create instructional objectives expressed in terms of what the successful student will know or be able to do at the conclusion of the class, which is arguably the single most important concept in all of education and the one that most non-teachers do poorly or not at all.
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We'll talk about how "props and sets" affect learning and what you can do about it.
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You'll get a lesson plan template that will greatly increase your chances of having and doing everything necessary for a successful class.
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After the hour of "structured" instruction, we'll have an hour of open lab where you'll complete a lesson plan template for your own class and get as much feedback as you need.
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The only materials needed or provided are a few pieces of paper, so there won't be a charge for the class.  Students will want to bring along their own note paper and a pen or pencil.  Tablet computers will be permitted for this purpose, but please leave your laptops in the other room during the instruction hour so we can all see each other without looking over the wall of a screen.  Laptops are welcome during the workshop portion.
  
 
== Developing a Mission Statement ==
 
== Developing a Mission Statement ==
* Instructor: [[user:Tracy|Tracy]]
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* Facilitator: [[user:Tracy|Tracy]]
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* Scheduled for February 4th, 3PM
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New mission statement created at the mission workshop:
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'''''FamiLAB is a community that fosters learning and creativity through hands-on projects, collaboration, and the sharing of skills and tools to improve ourselves and enrich the world around us.'''''
  
 
== Slide Rules 101 ==
 
== Slide Rules 101 ==
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* Location: FamiLAB
 
* Location: FamiLAB
  
== Introduction to Metasploit Workshop & Class ==
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== Introduction to Metasploit Workshop & Class (Hands On) ==
 
* Instructors: [[User:abyssknight|Bill]], g3k, DC407
 
* Instructors: [[User:abyssknight|Bill]], g3k, DC407
 
* Curriculum: Modified and shortened version of [http://www.offensive-security.com/metasploit-unleashed/Metasploit_Unleashed_Information_Security_Training Metasploit Unleashed]
 
* Curriculum: Modified and shortened version of [http://www.offensive-security.com/metasploit-unleashed/Metasploit_Unleashed_Information_Security_Training Metasploit Unleashed]
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** Social Networking
 
** Social Networking
 
** ...
 
** ...
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* Location: FamiLAB CL1
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== Web Application Security Basics: OWASP Top 10 Exploits & Mitigations (Class/Presentation) ==
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* Potential Instructors: [[User:abyssknight|Bill]], g3k, DC407
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* Curriculum: A walk through of the OWASP Top 10 with demonstrations of exploits, and explanations of mitigation techniques in a language agnostic way.
 
* Location: FamiLAB CL1
 
* Location: FamiLAB CL1
  
 
== Intro to the Laser cutter ==
 
== Intro to the Laser cutter ==
 
* Workshop, not a formal class.
 
* Workshop, not a formal class.
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== Intro to Urethane Plastic Casting ==
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* Instructor:  [[User:DWoodsTEC|Dave W]]
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* This is intended to be a hands on class which will take about 3 hours.  The idea is to come with a small item you would like to make a copy of and a disposable container which is about a half inch larger in all dimensions.  The class will provide the material for a single use mold and a single part.
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** The mold material will be Algenate which is a fast setting non-toxic soft material designed for skin contact.  (My first cast was of my thumb.)
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** The casting material will be a relatively hard urethane plastic.
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*** Nominally the material is white.
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*** Colorants will be available.
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*** The material comes in 1 quart minimum. A student could purchase an entire quart of their desired material if so inclinded.
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* The students will be expected to pay for the materials on the basis of volume.  Cost is estimated at about $30/quart based on the casting container size.  It will be necessary for them to pre-register to make sure sufficient materials are on hand.
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* The format will be a classroom demonstration followed by a workshop where each student makes their own casting.
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* Items to be covered:
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** Minimum requirements for casting
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** Safety Considerations
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** Introduction to casting materials
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** Mold design consiterations
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** Measuring and Mixing Materials
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** Items affecting casting quality
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* It is expected this will take place in the lab.  Each student should have about 6 square feet of table space to help prevent spills.
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== Wordpress Blogging 101 ==
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* Ian will teach - ping me if there is demand and I'll get working on the slides
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* How to contribute to the FamiLAB blog
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* How to take photos / video that work well for the blog and get them into a post
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* How to use the Arras theme & featured images
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* Thinking of your audience
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* Child Protection considerations when blogging
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== Wordpress Admin 101 ==
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* Ian, Bill?
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* Installing
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* Admin
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* Themes
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** Child themes
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== xbee 101: Telekinesis and Jedi Mind Tricks ==
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* John, Bill?, Ted?
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* make things happen from afar, know what happens from over there, become omniscient
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* concerns: cost of equipment, level of interest?
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** I'm sure interest is there!
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** Cost of equipment would be a biggie.  Would we want people to walk away with enough hardware to do something?  That's probably two radios + breakout boards = $$$.  Maybe look into cost via gadget emporium?
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== The Bus Pirate is Awesome ==
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* [[user:Mack|Mack]] can instruct
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* Class would come with a Bus Pirate and cables
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* Parts to show off functionality?  I2C device, UART, MIDI, SPI, etc.
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* Logic analyzer functionality?
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* Need to lock down price with Gadget Emporium and place order
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== Learn how to make a circuit board ==
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* John will be able to teach (once he finishes migrating to Eagle from "the other brand" he is well-versed in)
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* Will answer the question: What is the entire process of creating your own circuit board?
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* Learn how to use Cadsoft's Eagle software to design your own circuit board
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* Draw a schematic
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* Manual routing of (critical) circuit traces
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* Use auto route feature to draw your traces for you
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* Learn when to re-route auto-routed traces!
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* Learn what Gerber Files are and how to make them.
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* "The basics are available via YouTube" -  But it's more fun to learn together!
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* I think I'll use this as my class for the <i>Learn to teach a class</i> class (grin)

Latest revision as of 03:13, 12 April 2012

Old page was archived Workshop_and_Class_Ideas_(Archived)

This page is for potential instructors to put forth an idea for a workshop or class. Feel free to create a dedicated page if necessary!

If you're wondering what the steps are to hold a class, check out How_to:_Classes,_Workshops_and_Events.

Scheduled classes are on our Public Classes and Events page.

Contents

Unity (3D Engine) class

Intro to Arduino

Advanced Arduino

Arduino + i2c

Intro to FamiLAB

Tracy started thinking about how to structure this class and determined that without a clear idea of the mission (and whatever policies or rules get written as a by-product of the mission), it's hard to make a lot of headway on this. Once the mission workshop happens it will be easier.

How to Teach a Class class and workshop

This class will run about two hours total -- one hour of organized instruction followed by an hour of open lab where you can work on a lesson plan and get feedback.

You will get the most benefit from this class if you come with an idea in mind of what class you would like to teach. We'll use your ideas as our working examples.

We'll talk about how to create instructional objectives expressed in terms of what the successful student will know or be able to do at the conclusion of the class, which is arguably the single most important concept in all of education and the one that most non-teachers do poorly or not at all.

We'll talk about how "props and sets" affect learning and what you can do about it.

You'll get a lesson plan template that will greatly increase your chances of having and doing everything necessary for a successful class.

After the hour of "structured" instruction, we'll have an hour of open lab where you'll complete a lesson plan template for your own class and get as much feedback as you need.

The only materials needed or provided are a few pieces of paper, so there won't be a charge for the class. Students will want to bring along their own note paper and a pen or pencil. Tablet computers will be permitted for this purpose, but please leave your laptops in the other room during the instruction hour so we can all see each other without looking over the wall of a screen. Laptops are welcome during the workshop portion.

Developing a Mission Statement

New mission statement created at the mission workshop:


FamiLAB is a community that fosters learning and creativity through hands-on projects, collaboration, and the sharing of skills and tools to improve ourselves and enrich the world around us.

Slide Rules 101

Introduction to Metasploit Workshop & Class (Hands On)

Information Security Basics: Self Defense (Class/Presentation)

Web Application Security Basics: OWASP Top 10 Exploits & Mitigations (Class/Presentation)

Intro to the Laser cutter

Intro to Urethane Plastic Casting

Wordpress Blogging 101


Wordpress Admin 101

xbee 101: Telekinesis and Jedi Mind Tricks

The Bus Pirate is Awesome

Learn how to make a circuit board

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