I doubt I'll be able to sit in, however I'm curious as to what approach you are taking. Which rune set will you be going over (Elder, Younger, Anglo-Saxon, etc.), and how much of Norse culture, mythology and religion will be involved in the lesson? How long have you been studying the runes? Depending on times, I might be able to correspond with you and help out with such lessons in the future if you would like to collaborate, as I am also studying to become a runester and may have some things to offer. I personally love the Norse magic systems, and this sounds like something I'd like to be a part of. If you are not averse to the idea of a partner, that is.
I'm interested in how they work, I assume each rune has a force behind it its become connected with through repetion from its practicioners, however I dont have much experience so if you could go into that i'd appriciate it. But i'll take part either way.
The runes represent more than just forces, they represent aspects of life. Indeed, collectively the runes are a model of life. Also keep in mind that the nuances of the rune's meanings are not universal, and the idea of the "causal sphere," where symbols gain power from repetition of association, is not part of Norse rune magic theory, and need not be accepted to use the runes in magic. At its barest bones, stripping away all of the cultural meat and deeper mysteries that can be found, it is a form of sigil magic.
*EDIT* I might be able to show up Sunday before 2pm EST. This Sunday is iffy, most Sundays are usually fine.