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Topic: Need some ideas for a 2 week absence.
Posted: Tuesday, April 22, 2014 9:32:37 PM
Thanks, MrsN and Jack!
Appreciate the help. Both are good ideas, I'll check into them in the AM.
Topic: Need some ideas for a 2 week absence.
Posted: Saturday, April 19, 2014 8:44:57 PM
Hi Guys and Gals,
I teach Wood Technology to high school students in New Hampshire.
I have to have knee surgery next week and will be out at least 2 weeks.
1 week will be our April vacation week, but, I need ideas for the following week. I have a Woods 1 class, a Woods II class, and also a Woods III class. We do most of our bookwork in the first quarter of the semester, so what do I do now? Any suggestions? The kids will not be allowed to work in the shop.

Thanks, Tom
Topic: Saw Stop ( does it really work? )
Posted: Monday, October 27, 2008 10:25:05 PM
Last week I had a rep from an equipment supplier stop in to see me about the Saw Stop. He told me that it is possible to be liable for an accident on a regular table saw just because we don't have a Saw Stop. He said you could be liable because the technology is here and you chose not to purchase it. Anybody else heard anything like that?
Tom
Topic: Handicapped students
Posted: Tuesday, October 30, 2007 11:23:05 PM
Thanks Joe!
I Appreciate the thoughts.
The hold downs are a great idea. I will be speaking with the O.T. next week.
Thanks again.
Tom
Topic: Handicapped students
Posted: Sunday, October 28, 2007 11:44:55 PM
Hi All,
I have been watching this info-center for a while now. I just joined to be an ACTIVE Member!
I do have a question for you tho...
Starting next semester, I will be taking on a new student with only the use of one arm/hand.
Does anybody have any suggestion for dealing with this? I told him I would do anything I can to help him enjoy woodworking.
He said "how can I even start a nail?"
I replied, "no problem, you can just drill pilot holes, and then that will hold a nail while you tap it in!"
He liked that.
Any other suggestions?
I'd appreciate any help! I'm sure there are things that I have overlooked.

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