New Teachings

Let's assume for a moment that Jesus and Mohammad legitimate prophets. What new teachings did each bring forth - teachings that had never been delivered on this planet before?

Topic by pspvicten 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Free Energy - Am I insane or is it time to wake up?

Some might have noticed that I started a few, lets say, unconventional topics here.I added one just as a response to some very nasty feedback I got in other places.If you wonder what I am talking about check my topics about all things related to magnetism, "free energy" and such nonsense.The feedback I got was directed personal enough and verbal enough that I decided to increase my speed of seeding bread crumbs that might allow other people to "see" things slightly differently.Being called insane and mental case is the only things I use here as most of the rest would qualify as insults of the worst kind.The goal that was claimed I totally missed is to make people open up.Science or knowledge is as fluent as life itself.It eveloves with us, around us and through us.But we learned to use technology mostly to replace humans and to make our life easier.With that laziness also a reduced "desire" for knowledge and understand evolved.It is now far easier to "Google it" and forget it right after than to acutally learn and really understand something.A prime example is the disappearing artform of creating Japanese swords.No industrial process can produce a steel as pure and with such properties as used to be "offered" to the master swordsmith.Both are highly specialsed and rely on each other to create the perfect sword that outlasts generations.Once tradition gives way to modern life even this art will become a lost artform.We lost so much already, be it species, health, enviroment or just a "clean planet".Instead of accepting nature back into our scientific thinking and understanding we will continue to fail and get even more reluctant to learn new things.The blockbusters of science are no longer finding new laws of phsics or trying to understand things.We try to go further and further and use more and more dangerous ways to "create" the energy we continue to use more and more with no regrets.Well, other than complaining about the bills for it, which we wouldn't have otherwise...Why do we need more forms of colliding atoms to create energy?No because we need so much, only because we want more and more and at "centralised" locations.Distribution, control, money...Allowing us to use solar panels to reduce our electricity bill is nice, but try to overdo it and make good money by creating you own solar panel park and you get into trouble already.You can't see it anywhere other then back to your provider.And you only get whatever he thinks is a fair price for it, usually far less than what you pay to get it.Once you reach zero some even won't pay you money at all.And since there is always winter and night times it is only good that there will be always a need for electricity from the grid.Just try to get rid of your elecricity, water and gas connection in a township or city in case you found other sources you get for free.....Even if you build new most won't even allow you to without these "required" connections.If you need waste waster you also need tap water you pay for.And since a waste water treatment is no longer hyginic enough (despite proving the opposite) you can't get out.Gas you might be able to avoid but if there is electricity in the stree than it is already a building requirement to provie to the builder...What if all this nonsense and fakery actually has a true background somewhere?Humans are not meant to fly but we developed planes anyways.What once was a dream for a select few is now the prefered travel mode ofr most going on a far away holiday.But it is only so popular because there is a big demand.And where is demand profit can be made.Like a farmer:If you have ton of corn like twenty farmers around you then your local price will be low.Sell them a bit further away and you might get a lot more.In return our demand is closly related to the demands of those that provide the source of your demands.We all need energy and we evolve into a society that will need more of with every new generation.I try to give you hint in the form of a comparison:If you have a nice man cave and love to tinker than you might have a framed hand drill on the wall to remind you of how it all started for your grandfather.Or in most case you just liked it and got it for 2 bucks from a garage sale LOLEither, imagine all electricity would be gone and lost forever.Suddenly this crappy drill becomes a status symbol because only you can do things other people really struggle with - you drill holes with ease...Imagine the rpice you could ask to sell it..."Free energy" is the same but sadly in reverse.If a company sees a profit than it will be utilised some way.And if it happens that energy is your main income and keeps you rich and in control than you don't mind paying two or three fortunes to someone so he can forget and is happy give you his machine.Or would you really say no to life of no limits and with nothing to worry for your future generations of kids and grandkids?A few tried anyway to make a furtune themself by keeping a circle of trusted persons and finding enough willing investors to get their project going.Even if you can find some flaws there are still doubts about what someone would go through the lenght of providing online updates, sales numbers, testimonials and so on for years.Funny enough actually finding someone who is sceptic and make him check and report about it does not work either.No big university orders one or asks to really check it and provide a real world testimonial.No government or legal agency steps in to stop the "fraud" either.What is real, what is fake, what is disguise - you can figure it out if you want to.Ok, I could, but why bother if litereally everyone one already did and showed nothing works when it comes to the great unknown?Exactly for that reason alone it is worth it!People might make money now from ads or through clickbait but the topic is older than the internet already.And the proof even older than electricity...So many people would not try unless someone convinced them to try it ;)Might be just a bad joke but gets the point:If you ask 20 people if you can swim through the river to get to the other side then you might get confusing answers.1. No problem it is safe.Fully true but the guy might be from far up the river where it has no crocodiles in it...2. You could try it but a boat is safer as there might be corcodiles here.Still leaves you the option to swim as you can't be sure about the reptiles...You could go on and create a near endless list with bridges up ahead and so on.What it comes to is that depending on HOW you ask and WHO you ask the answers can be as different as day and night.In terms of science and making someone understand it take the most basic approach possible.Remember that time in school when your math teacher confronted you the existence of negative numbers?The confusion with the zero and how to add, subtract or multiply...Your teacher might have been great or you a quick learner but imagine the worst possible way to teach you an understanding of negative numbers!You know that 5 - 8 equals -3.You learned that this is true and why it is so.Imagine your teacher would have explained this extra simple like back with the apples when learning to add numbers."If there are 5 people in a room and 8 people leave the room, then 3 people must go back in so that room is empty!"Makes total sense if you expand the number game from above to 5 - 8 + 3 = 0 !!No sense at all however if you do it with people ;)People are not numbers, pressures or volumes, they are "real" to us.We associate certain things automatically, other we learn to associate and interpret through learning.Learning however is no longer actually doing all that would be involved in less technological world.We like magic tricks because we fail to understand how it is done or sometimes even how it is possible.Today it is for entertainment only.A true magician would never use his skills to scam people.But spend enough and research and you can do the same trick you saw on stage.Some not as good or not all though - thats life...Ask a good magician how how long it took him to get his new trick ready for the stage and quite often you get to hear it was years in the making.Think about that fact when you judge what is possible by dedication ;)

Question by Downunder35m 5 weeks ago


teaching videogames a lesson

Https://www.instructables.com/id/how-to-edit-action-replay-codes-part-one/this is part one of my how to edit action replay codes to hack videogames!!!!!!

Topic by dsman195276 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


What to Teach to Draw

To all my followers and viewers, what would you like me to teach you how to draw? I will look at the discussions and find out what has the most! Note: I am talented with art, but I have a really hard time drawing people. I would also hope some of you would say Transformers, just might be a challenged accepted.

Topic by ThunderBumm And SpittleFumm 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Model sailboat for teaching?

Hello, I work at a Boy Scout Camp over the summer, and one of the merit badges we teach is Small Boat Sailing.  Most of the merit badge goes smoothly, but kids seem to have a hard time with points of sail.  Our plan is to make a small model to put in a tub of water and use a handheld fan to demonstrate the effect the wind will have on the boat at different angles and sail positions.  Any tips on this?  I tried finding models that were accurate, but they were out of our price range.  I want the sail and mast to be able to rotate smoothly, and the mainsheet to be able to be locked and unlocked.

Question by nlaluzerne 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Teach me to make a cellphone? Answered

I want to make a cellphone that can call and use sms. Please help me, thanks!

Question by Ninhamvai 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Teach me about Poloroid

So I've been thinking of buying a polaroid camera, the main reason is for the "non-volatile" pictures, but I was just wondering if there is anything that I should be aware of or general advice, opinions, views, and experience from people who have used one. thanks!

Topic by ll.13 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Kayak materials to use as teaching aides?

I teach at a Boy Scout camp in Wisconsin, and one of my main duties is our kayaks.  One requirement involves teaching different materials for kayaks (canoeing has the same requirement) and I was wondering if anyone had an idea on where I could get different material samples/scrap/castoffs to use as a teaching aide. Off the top of my head, the materials are polyethylene, Kevlar, Royalex, carbon fiber, and fiberglass.  Any suggestions?

Question by nlaluzerne 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Any ideas to help teach a novice?

Currently I am working on a "lesson plan" to start teaching my brother about electronics. I have moderate skills, and would consider myself a jack-of-most-trades. What I am trying to say, is that I would like suggestions of instructables here that would be good to begin teaching a novice. The fields he wants to learn are computers, general electronics, and robotics. Though he is open minded, and would be willing to stray from those three things. Also, the maximum price per project would have to be AT or BELOW fifty (50) US dollars. Thank you for your time fellow makers. :)?

Question by Knuxz 7 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Teaching K-12 students to build

Hi all, I have launched my indiegogo page today (http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-tech-elective ) to start a program that will focus on teaching k-12 students how to design, build and program micro-controller related projects. All support and suggestions are welcomed. Check it out, hope you like it. Best

Topic by thetechelective 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


Teaching others about the maker movement

I am conducting a session about the DIY movement and resurgence in crafting at a conference in a few days.  I tend to be a pretty off-the-cuff speaker but thought i'd solicit some input from this community. Specifically, I'll be addressing professionals that could be using this information in providing community programs along these lines - imagine the local community Parks and Recreation Department doing a class on Arduinos or soft circuits... Any resources you think I should be pointing them to?  Compelling reasons for turning the public on to this movement?

Topic by zieak 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Teach a cat to use a litter tray? Answered

I have two kittens that were using the litter tray, but for some reason they have now decided that the cold tiles under the toilet are a better place to relieve themselves. I am not enjoying cleaning up the mess. Does anyone know how I can stop them from using the floor and continue to encourage them in using their trays........

Question by 10 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Teaching Middle School Through Instructables

I am a junior high math and shop/technology teacher. For years I have been wanting to develop a math program that uses as much hands on as possible.  Like all teachers, I have developed a few projects, but just don't have the time to develop all the activities needed to cover an entire curriculum. I would love to correspond/collaborate with others (including non teachers). Email me directly if you are interested.  mikemckay@pwsd76.ab.ca

Topic by mikemckay 7 years ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


Teach me a bit about lasers

Im in the process of piecing together parts for a 2 axis CNC and I would like to use it for laser cutting/etching. Since I'm new to building CNCs and I also dont have a ton of extra money I plan to build one using a DVD-r laser (200mW?) and just do some tests to get the basics down and play around with it. I would love to be able to cut 1/4'' acrylic as I have some laying around and I love some of the projects possible with it. What is the cheapest laser that is capable of cutting clear 1/4" acrylic? I have used a 40W co2 laser and it flew through the acrylic like it was nothing. Is there something for <$200 that would cut it?  And is it something that you can just use a lower power and go super slow or do you need the power? I did some light searching and didnt really find what I was looking for but if someone has a link to some helpful info I would appreciate any help I can get. Otherwise ill just spend my days cutting and etching paper!

Topic by jdavis-9 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


How To get More Viewers & Teach online?

How do I get more viewers on Instructables.  And how could I teach upcycling on instructables?

Topic by renewalof48 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


How to teach myself tailoring techniques at home?

 

Question by Jennivieve 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


can u teach me step by step?

Question by ramsmula 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago



How to teach a sxi-year-old boy?

I am now having a part-time job, which is teaching a kid with simple mathe and chinese. The boy's father has a high expectation with him, so I cannot just play games with the boy and I am supposed to teach him something in the textbook. And after teaching him for a week, I found that it is really difficult for him to focus on what i am saying. Like when I was drawing apples and telling him how to count numbers, he was completely concerntrated. And once I finished talking, he started to ask questions like why Tom Cat always chases Jerry Mouse.... Also, sometimes he interrupt me and ask why he has something that other girls don't have. I was so embarrassed because his father was in the next room. Sincerely, how to teach him?

Question by Lzx 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Teach me how to make a Bag Monster?

Like http://www.bagmonster.com/ ?  prolly good for the current monster contest going on till the end of Feb.

Question by Rosilin 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


HS Tech Director, teaching positions in SF

A friend forwarded this job posting, figuring Instructables users might be interested!It sounds like a fun place to work:Lick-Wilmerding is a pretty cool high school in San Francisco. Bothour daughters went there. They have a full mandatory shop course forall students -- woodworking, metalworking, glass, architecture, etc.This is a job posting for a new tech director.Job posting info here. They also have listings for English, History, and Math teaching positions.

Topic by canida 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


S.F. Instructable-ers interested in teaching workshops?

I contacted a couple people on the site from SF already, but figured this might be a better venue to get the word out. We are currently on the hunt for some teachers to show the community how to make new things from recycled/old products. Anything goes. If you live in San Francisco and are interested, check out http://www.madefromscrap.orgFor class details, visit the "blog" tab on the website, and view the PDF. You'll see info on the space, the compensation, the classes, etc.Email me through that website, or feel free to PM me here. Thanks!Dave

Topic by madefromscrap 11 years ago


Teaching Artists Wanted for Summer 2015 Program

Arts Place is looking for artist instructors for our Summer 2015 Arts in the Parks program. Arts in the Parks works with children in rural communities across East Central Indiana and West Central Ohio to introduce them to the arts and foster their creativity. Skills taught in past years include ceramics, fiber art, poetry, theatre performance, puppetry, dance, sculpture and so much more. Classes run from early June through the beginning of August at approximately 15 different sites throughout our service area. We are looking for enthusiastic, creative, and accomplished artist instructors who have a passion for sharing their craft with children aged 6-14. Our teaching artists generally have at least a four-year degree in the arts, but significant experience will also be considered. The selected candidates will have sizable input with the Arts in the Parks coordinator on the community arts projects and workshop curriculum. We are seeking instructors who are flexible, love working with children of all ages, can teach art in new and interesting ways, and are passionate about community building. Teaching artists will be contracted for one- to two-week residencies. Our artists are placed with compatible local families in pleasant surroundings.  This is an important part of our residency experience as local families assist the teaching artist in making meaningful connections to the community. Arts Place is a rurally oriented arts council that operates arts centers in Portland, Indiana, Hartford City, Indiana and St. Mary’s, Ohio. It is our mission to foster the creative spirit in anyone. To apply, please send a resume, samples of your work, class samples or community project ideas, and a letter of interest to llane@artsland.org by January 30th, 2014. To inquire about positions and the program prior to applying, contact Lauren Lane at (270) 726-4809 ext. 230 or at llane@artsland.org. Teaching artists typically earn $650 to $1,000 per week based on training, experience, and demand. Supplies will be provided for classes and mileage between class sites is reimbursed. Artists are responsible for their own meals and travel to and from the area.

Topic by llaneartsland 4 years ago


Why are some Instructables teaching how to steal?!

I think Instructables is a great site but am concerned at some people posting Instructables that teach stealing. Some tell how to 'cheat' machines you'd normally pay to use (soft drinks dispenser, photocopy machines). Isn't this irresponsible and just plain wrong? Also these machines have to pay their way and if they are found being abused they will likely be made more expensive (or unavailable), from which legitimate honest users suffer. I don't want Instructables to get a bad name. Imagine if some schoolchild or delinquent follows tips how to do this, gets caught and prosecuted, and admits "Oh I was told how on Instructables"... I don't want that kind of publicity for Instructables, just the same as I wouldn't want a friend accused of being an accomplice to crime. This is a great place to learn, and likely we all want to avoid losing our freedoms here and having restrictions imposed. To keep it this way we need to be wise. I think hacks that amount to theft are inappropriate.

Question by armadillozenith 10 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


People well-versed in Arduino wanted for teaching in Brooklyn area!

Currently looking for people well-versed in arduino technology to teach small 6-12 people classes. The goal for us is to connect the Brooklyn community with the craftsmen of the area, and foster a connection through making, crafting, and creating. Teaching with us allows you to earn money on your own terms by teaching classes you create. If you are interested in teaching, shoot us an email!

Topic by JohanGravityHill 3 years ago


People well-versed in Arduino wanted for teaching in Brooklyn area!

Currently looking for people well-versed in arduino technology to teach small 6-12 people classes. The goal for us is to connect the Brooklyn community with the craftsmen of the area, and foster a connection through making, crafting, and creating. Teaching with us allows you to earn money on your own terms by teaching classes you create. If you are interested in teaching, shoot us an email!

Topic by JohanGravityHill 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago



Online Earning

Does instructables pay the teachers for teaching or it's free teaching ?????

Question by Honey Queen Bee 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


how to teach my kid to learn ABC faster?

Question by akcheak 9 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


HOW CAN I TEACH A CHILD TO TIE HIS SHOES?

Question by KATHLEEN_O 10 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


how do i teach my cat to use the toilet?

Question by 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Why are there 21 finalist in the Teach-Me-Fast Contest

There where supposed to be 20 finalist and now that they have removed the rest of the videos from the contest home page it is showing 21 finalist. Was there a tie in the voting?

Topic by Deathstick 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


CAN U TEACH ME HOW TO MAKE A SPYWARE...?????

HI...I WANNA TO KNOW HOW TO MAKE A SPYWARE....PLS SENT IT TO ME AT rragunath96_cool@hotmail.com.....

Question by 10 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Database of facts project : Teaching Good and Bad to a machine ...

.Let's imagine that you successfully created an intelligent machine, capable of thinking.The purpose of this machine would be to replace all of our governments and judges, so the world become a better and fairer place for every of its inhabitants. It would be an IA managed globalization.As you've just created this machine, her brain is empty. Like a tiny baby, she has to learn a lot ...Question : what facts would you teach her ? (given that your goal is to make her a fair judge and good world leader)What would you teach her to make her able to make the difference between what's good and what's bad ?

Topic by chooseausername 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


How can you teach a parakeet to avoid mirrors?

I want to let my two parakeets, Aspen and Kiwi, fly around my house, but there are two large mirrors. One of them is on my fireplace and goes up to the ceiling, which is probably about 10-15 feet. This one I cannot cover, so I want to teach my parakeets to avoid it. Any ideas how?

Question by butters601 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


can anyone teach me how to program an arudino ?

I wanna design a robot following a line ....... i dono how to program t board ............ respond me genius people

Question by sudharsan 9 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


how can i teach my dog to fetch? Answered

I wana know how can i teach my dog how to fetch because most of the time she always running like dog gone mad and i never got a chance to play with her beause after all that runing around she tires out and i want my dad that i actully thought her a trick so yeah.

Question by neivadan 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


can anyone teach me servo 101 simply? Answered

i want to do a pan/tilt head to put a light on top (probably leds) ive read on the internet that servos are controlled via pwm, is there any simpler ways to controll it with a potentiometer? i can build this circuit no problems, its just to know

Question by pbergeronronronron 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Ogden 200 - Teach basic english to India's poor

Hello I am looking for a solution to self teach English in Indian villages using a microprocessor based solution for audio together with a paper book. Learning English opens the door to better opportunities and job skills in poor countries. http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Basic_English_picture_wordlist http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Basic_English_ordered_wordlist http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Kay_Ogden http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basic_English Requirement : 1. Final product should be dirt cheap ($1- $5) 2. Bilingual audio (English and a regional language) toy with buttons. I am a software engineer, can someone guide me what microprocessor or solution set for my need? Plan to develop it as an open source project.

Topic by anonranger 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


International entries on Forbes Teach Me Fast Contest

In teh official rules it says "This contest is limited to legal residents of the United States and Canada", but at the mainpage (https://www.instructables.com/contest/forbes30seconds/) it says "International entries are OK.".I live in Finland and I'd like to know, can I enter this contest (and if I win, would that prize be shipped here). I believe there are many other users who are thinking about this same thing.

Topic by zaketus 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Structure advice needed for future teaching sessions of an AS child

Here is my dilema:  I haven't a lot to spend, nor do the parents of the child I am mentoring (Asperger's Syndrome).  Kits and puzzles are great, but can range in price from a few dollars to over $100 a PIECE.   I have been trying to go through Instructables and pick out "low cost", made from scratch, projects that would be suited for an 8 year old (soldering is out, but squshy circuits look good, etc), and would keep her engaged.   My biggest problem is not knowing "what" to look under.  I haven't a critiera idea on how to get to what I want quickly (I don't always have a LOT of time on line). I would like to make plans for at least 4-6 months ahead of time, so I can start on "putting together" what is needed for those projects. ANY suggestions will be helpful and I would be very grateful for any help in this matter.   Those experienced in teaching may have the best ideas, but all others are welcome too.  Out next session looms and the kit I got is a bit too advanced for the present situation;  so I am "projectless" other then a few small things like showing her how I made my Bristle Bot, and etc. So far, shes constructed 2 soda can bots,  a skeliton of a T.Rex excavated from a block of  P.O.P. (I think), a hex bot, a few T.Rex models, the Hadogenes Troglodyte puzzle her and I built,, a model of the solar system, etc and etc. She is going to be a real challange for me to find new and engaging things to create..... Thanks ahead of time for all that can assist...

Topic by Goodhart 7 years ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


Group : Collection of Instructables for class-room and teaching purposes ...

Hi !I created a group that seems not to have been ever created here yet."Class-Room" group.The main purpose of this group is to make a collection of every instructables that may be useful for school teaching, and that may be reproduced by pupils or students as science-fair or class-room projects ...Please, add your Instructables if they fit this description._Biology :"Be a Scientist : map your skin"Chemistry :"Carbonating""Kitchen laboratory II : The CO2 trap""Make crystal clear ice !""Make Rheopectic slime in less than 15 minutes !""Shelling a raw egg !""Sodium Acetate"Investigations :"Amazing Kite For Under $5""How to make Playdough (Play-doh)""Oobleck""Pop-Up 3D words and messages !""The Huffin' Hoopster""The Improved CD Hovercraft."Physics : Electricity & Electrostatics :"Build an Electrostatics Motor""Jacob's Ladder Sculpture from found materials""Kelvin's Thunderstorm : Create lightning from water""Paper Resistor"Physics : Instruments & Measures :"Be a Scientist : Make your own force-meter.""Be a Scientist : Make your own thermometer"Physics : Magnetism :"A simple mechanical resonance demonstrator""Diamagnetic Levitation Experiment"Physics : Optics :"Naff Movie into _DVD-Spectra_""Optical Water-Prism"Physics : Sound :"How to measure the speed of sound ...""Mechanica Wave Driver for Chladni Plate"

Topic by chooseausername 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Job Opening: Instructor & Teaching Assistants for BlueStamp Engineering

About The Program: BlueStamp Engineering is a summer program in New York, NY, Houston, TX, and San Francisco, CA where high school students individually build engineering projects. Students select and build a project of interest (e.g. solar powered electronics, robots, GPS devices, mini wind turbines, etc.)with a motto of "learning by doing". Students go through the entire process of making the devices and support their work with full documentation. Projects have a wide degree of difficulty, from electronics kits customized designs. Please visit our 'Meet The Students' page  to see what previous students have built.  For detailed information about the 2013 program, please visit our 'Info' page. BlueStamp is looking for independent, motivated, kind, and technical people to join our 2013 staff.  We will hire one 'Lead Instructor' and two 'Teaching Assistants' in San Francisco for part-time summer work. Strong performers may be offered the opportunity to take on a more prominent role as the program expands. Position Responsibilities: -All staff will assist students in creating their projects.  This will include teaching engineering techniques and concepts, tools and safety, technical documentation, and troubleshooting methods. Instructors/TA's will guide students to ideas, approaches, and sources of solutions without "just doing it for them". -The Instructor will be responsible for guiding class everyday, ensuring students meet project requirements on time, and supervising the TAs. The instructor will also engage students a month before the program begins, spending 2-8 hours per week over phone/email to help students select a project and order the required parts. -TAs will supplement the instructor's experience in guiding students as all 3 staff members will come from different engineering disciplines. -Where qualified, staff will give lectures and lead discussions regarding topics of student interest (e.g. Alternative Energy, Electronics, Automotives, Entrepreneurship, World Challenges, etc.) Candidate Requirements: -Education and practical experience in one or more of the following three areas: (1) Electronics Hardware, (2) Firmware/Software, (3) Mechanical Design and Drafting. -Extensive experience with building, designing, and troubleshooting devices or prototypes for school, work, or as a hobby. Applicants should be able to showcase and discuss, in depth, any of their projects. -Skilled in troubleshooting problems and using the engineering tools of their discipline. -Experience teaching/leading students (e.g. instructor roles, youth camps, tutoring, mentoring, etc.). -Ability to think and act quickly on a project to identify solutions that can meet goals on a rigid, aggressive schedule. -Desire to share the excitement of designing and engineering with high school students, while motivating students through the challenging and frustrating stages of prototype construction. -Excellent communication skills, unfettered honesty and integrity, and the ability to work with minimal supervision is a must. -Be the type of person that can "Get Things Done" Program Logistics: -Class meets Monday-Friday for 6 weeks for 4 hours per day starting in San Francisco on 6/10, Houston on 6/17, and New York on 6/24 (excluding 4th of July). -TAs will be paid $13 - $16 per hour, Instructors will be paid a stipend of $4,000-$5,000.  All staff are paid as a contractor and are eligible for a significant performance-based bonus. -Each class will be made of 10-12 motivated students who have passed a rigorous application process. -All staff must pass a background check. To Apply: Submit a resume to our 'Contact Us' page.

Topic by dyoung41 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Does anybody know any good websites that teachs you C ++ ? Answered

Question by hillboy 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


please who can teach me how to create a powerful computer antivirus ?

Question by tatmsu 10 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


HI, would you mind to teach me make a good paper glider ?

Question by suhan 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


who can teach me how to play guitar without expensive lessons?

Question by Amanda101 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


anyone teaching how to make coco peat shredder / separator machine?

Anyone teaching how to make coco peat shredder / separator machine? i saw a lot of video showing it off on youtube but no one is actually teaching it. i would really like to learn how to DIY one, since i like planting and stuff and need coco peat but it is quite expensive here.

Topic by MosesL6 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


how can I teach my dog to smile? Just saw it on Funniest Home Videos and I must know!!?

How can I teach my dog to smile? Just saw it on Funniest Home Videos and I must know!!?

Question by racecitync 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


how do you teach your guinea pig tricks?

I have a lazy guinea pig called Patches that loves eating but its hard teaching him tricks. By the way I'll try and upload a picture of my guinea pig, he's called Patches for a reason :)

Question by GuineasRUs717 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago