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Approaches to Maintenance 120
This class provides an introduction to the maintenance profession and describes various approaches to the practice of maintenance.
Blood borne Pathogens 115
This class addresses how blood borne pathogens are transmitted and includes information on preventive measures and procedures for exposure in the manufacturing workplace.
The brochure allows students to demonstrate their creativity through the construction of a visual and written representation demonstrating understanding of the content. The framework of the brochure can be created using publishing software, technological applications, or other technological resources.
Communicating Design Ideas
Students conduct research on issues and interests by generating ideas and questions, and by posing problems. They gather, evaluate, and synthesize data from a variety of sources to communicate discoveries.
Confined Spaces 190
This class covers different types of confined spaces and the hazards they present, the roles and responsibilities of employers and employees, and proper work practices and safety precautions for confined spaces.
Creating an Experiment to Test a Product
The process of scientific inquiry and technological design enhances a scientists ability to investigate questions and solve problems.
Flammable/Combustible Liquids 155
This class describes the hazards associated with flammable and combustible liquids and explains proper methods for safe storage, handling, and transferring of these liquids.
Hand and Power Tool Safety 145
This class covers general safety guidelines for using hand and power tools as regulated by OSHA.
Leaving Digital Footprints
Explores the notion of a digital footprint: a trail of information you have shared online that others can see and may have passed on. Discusses the permanence of the digital footprint and the importance of maintaining a good reputation online, free from inappropriate behaviors (including cyber bullying).
Letter writing is not as common with the new technology of email, texting, and cell phones. Having students write formal letters can help them increase their soft skills when it comes to communication for careers and when making formal inquiries.
Machine Guarding 140
This class covers basic machine guarding practices and devices and includes information on hazardous machine components, motions, and actions.
Students can work on individual articles for a magazine and potentially all of the articles could be put into a classroom or school magazine. The articles may be created individually or collaboratively.
Noise Reduction and Hearing Conservation 170
This class explains the causes of hearing damage and describes how to avoid exposure to excessive noise.
The oral presentation can be a creative means for students to express ideas and share perceptions. This can be presented in a variety of ways. The student may present the topic without the aid of manipulatives, with manipulatives as a support for the presentation, or with manipulatives as the focus of the presentation.
Posters in the classroom can be a beneficial way to allow students to demonstrate their creativity through visual representations of critical content that is suitable for display. The posters could contain critical vocabulary that can serve as a reinforcement of the concepts and content serving as the foundation of the lesson.
The purpose of developing a questionnaire is to gather information from a group of people. You can learn a group's knowledge, opinions and preferences by surveying them through a questionnaire.
Respiratory Safety 195
This class covers the most common types of respirators and includes information about fit testing, medical evaluation, and training for employees.
Safety for Lifting Devices 135
This class addresses lifting device and equipment safety requirements from OSHA and surveys lifting devices and equipment commonly used for material handling, inspections, and testing.
The purpose of the Sales Pitch is to create a persuasive oral presentation that is supported by facts, visual representations, and media when appropriate.
STEM connections to address ADA compliance
Based upon federal mandate, state and local governments are required to follow specific architectural standards in the new construction and alteration of their buildings. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was enacted into law to help individuals with disabilities to have the same access as those individuals without disabilities.
Troubleshooting: Identifying Problems 180
This class provides an introduction to the troubleshooting process and describes basic steps for identifying problems.
Troubleshooting: Understanding Causes and Effects 182
This class provides an introduction to the process of determining problem causes and effects.
Walking and Working Surfaces 180
This class covers the requirements necessary to ensure the safety of typical walking and working surfaces such as platforms, stairs, ladders, and scaffolds.