During our first week we learned how to make breadboards and throwies. The throwies were defenitly my favorite part. I ended up bringing mine to work and everyone loved them.
Something I learned, I guess batteries don't get messed up when attached to a magnet. I always grew up being told not to place magnets near electronics because it could damage them, so I always assumed that mixing batteries and magnets was probably a bad thing?
I also learned that within a closed circuit, i always thought electrons only went one way, but apparently there are particles (also electrons?) that actually flow the opposite direction, which can be a reason why something isn't working properly or malfunction.
I also worked on my Upgrade project, I designed an earpiece that would greatly amplify every noise, but would also sort out and tune into specific sounds.