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User Name: ssboca20
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Topic: Looking for a resource on shop safety
Posted: Tuesday, September 09, 2008 10:44:41 PM
I want to thank all of you for all your wonderful recourses, ideas, and comments. I have looked over the links and they are great. Again thanks for all your help.

Sabrina S. Bocanegra
Industrial Technology Teacher
Alton Memorial Jr. High
Topic: What the @#$%^&*(((
Posted: Friday, August 29, 2008 4:32:24 PM
LOL... too funny... Texas isn't that nice either. I had to work all summer to be able to buy all the material for my IT2 class for this year. I worked as "extra help" putting packets together for summer workshops.
Topic: Looking for a resource on shop safety
Posted: Friday, August 29, 2008 4:23:39 PM
I am a second year Industrial Technology Teacher at a Jr high in South Texas. The teacher before me took this class in the direction of woodshop. Since my degree is in engineering, I am leaning more into science, math, physics, and engineering. I still do some of the woodwork but change the focus of the material to be learned. One of the things that I still need to do is cover shop safety since wood is the cheapest medium to use I still use the saws. I am looking for a book that has no ISBN. The name on the cover is "The Book of Tests: Study Guides and Safety Tests for Woodshop Courses". Abraxas Films P.O. Box 1416, Eugene, OR 97440. I have searched the internet and have come out empty handed. If anybody knows where I can purchase it, please let me know. Thank you...

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