Technology Education Courses

601810 - Woodworking I

Introduction to woodworking is a full-year course studding the field of wood technology. This is an excellent foundation course for Woodworking 2. It is designed to instruct students in the areas of reading project drawings, knowledge of woods and uses, calculations of materials, numerous joinery designs, wood lamination, and project procedures. A major emphasis will be placed on shop safety, proper hand and power tool usage and wood processes. This course provides students with an in-depth introduction to the woodshop and the student will gain practical knowledge needed to work on their own projects or continue on with lifelong skills in woodworking and construction. Students will construct various teacher assigned projects as well as the opportunity to create, design and build personal projects of their choice with teacher guidance and close supervision.

Prerequisite: None
Credit: 1.0
Grades: 9 through 12
Weight: 1.0

601811 - Woodworking II

This is a full-year course that is designed for the student who is seriously interested in investigating opportunities in the woodworking industry.  Students will explore the basics of cabinetwork through a series of activities that will result in an advanced level product (or series of products).  Areas that will be covered include product design, aspects of cabinetwork and casework, assembly, finishing, lumber specifications, cost estimation, and careers in the woodworking industry.

Prerequisite: Woodworking I
Credit: 1.0
Grades: 10-12
Weight: 1.0

601803/601804 - Manufacturing Technology - Metals

Students will discover the following areas of metals: Welding, machine tool design, and sheet metal fabrication, and CADD CAM. Production design and safe use of tools and machines are required from all students. Students can choose from a wide variety of set projects or be assigned projects based on skill level. Multiple skill levels provide for a learning atmosphere that may not always be teacher-directed. Students may take this class more than once.

Prerequisite: None 
Credit: ½ each semester
Grades: 10 through 12 
Length: 1 semester each
Weight: 1.0

601812 - Transportation Design and Engineering

This course is a study of advanced drafting skills and mechanical applications. Areas of study include Orthographic Projection, Auxiliary View Drawing, CADD, and Isometric Drafting. Students will apply their skills through the construction of several projects. All projects will be designed as a class. Examples of projects that may be included are Electric Car, Boatbuilding, Drone, etc.


Prerequisites: None
Credit:   1.0
Grades:  9 through 12
Length:  1 year
Weight:  1.0

601813 - Power I

This course is the study of the creation of mechanical and electrical power. Students will learn how internal /external combustion engines and electrical motors/generators are designed and built.  Students will apply their skills by disassembling and rebuilding engines, electrical motors, and generators.

Prerequisites: None
Credit:   1.0
Grades:  9 through 12
Length:  1 year
Weight:  1.0

601814 - Power II

This course is the study of the creation of mechanical and electrical power. Students will learn how internal /external combustion engines and electrical motors/generators are designed and built.  Students will apply their skills by disassembling and rebuilding engines, electrical motors, and generators.

Prerequisites: None
Credit:   1.0
Grades:  9 through 12
Length:  1 year
Weight:  1.0