Tech Take-Apart Tuesdays – Winter


~Grade 5-11, Tuesdays, 1:15pm to 2:30pm from Jan. 9 to Feb. 13.
We’re taking 6 action-filled sessions to de-construct, put back together and attempt to make operational any number of gadgets, from printers to small electronics to bicycles… you name it.

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Class Goals (Winter, Spring, 2024):

Ready for a journey of discovery that’s as thrilling as it is educational? Look no further! The Loudoun Field Center is excited to invite you to the “Guild,” where character meets curiosity.

🛠️ Tech Take Apart Tuesdays! 🛠️

Ever peeked inside a gadget and wondered what all those bits and bobs do? Our Tech Take Apart Days are your ticket to uncovering the mysteries hidden in everyday electronics. It’s a hands-on experience that’s equal parts learning and laughter!

🔍 Here’s What We’ve Got Lined Up:

  • Hands-On Fun: Dive into the world of gadgets and see what’s inside.
  • Learning Made Fun: Forget boring lectures; we’re all about discovery through play.
  • Team Spirit: Connect with fellow enthusiasts who share your passion for tinkering.
  • Safety Comes First: We provide all the necessary gear for a safe and exciting exploration.

🎨 But That’s Not All!

The Guild is more than just tech. Learn more about our Full Guild Membership which offers a comprehensive education centered around: Clear-Thinking Ability, Character Development, and Communication Skills.

Ready to embark on this exciting adventure? Start your journey by signing up today for Take-Apart Tuesdays! (Limited Space available)

Winter Take-Apart Tuesdays is a 6-Week Course (more to come for the Spring) beginning on Tuesday, January 9th, and ending on Tuesday. Feb. 13.  From 1:15pm to 2:30pm. Ages 10-17 (~Grades 5 to 11).

 Your Instructor:

Paul Gernhardt

Long-time change agent and consultant, Paul has been repeatedly asked to provide broad-based mentoring of individuals and organizations in the personal, religious, and professional realms. He is an accomplished private pilot, scuba diver, performer, skier, and bicyclist.

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