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Exploring Woodworking provides the essential knowledge that beginning students require. It introduces different woods and their characteristics in addition to basic techniques using hand and power tools. Information regarding woodworking operations, such as drilling and sawing, is presented in individual chapters to ensure in-depth coverage.
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Fred W. Zimmerman was Professor Emeritus from Western Illinois University in Macomb, Illinois. Fred earned several degrees, including a bachelor of science degree from Southern Illinois University, a master of science degree from Kent State University, and a doctorate in Industrial Education
from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. He had extensive experience as both an instructor and woodworker, and was active in the Illinois Vocational Industrial Clubs of America as a judge in the cabinetmaking and millwork areas. Fred was a member of the Illinois Woodworking Teachers Association
and a Life Member of the International Industrial Education Association.
Larry J. McWard is a professor in the Industrial Education and Technology department at Western Illinois University. He has earned several degrees, including a bachelor of science degree in Industrial Education and Vocational Education, and a master of science degree in Instructional Technology
(Media) from Southern Illinois University. He has also earned a doctorate in Vocational-Technical Education from The Ohio State University. Larry's work experience includes 20 years of teaching experience at the junior high, high school, and university levels. Courses taught include vocational
building trades and cabinetmaking. Larry also has 12 years of work experience as a carpenter, cabinetmaker, and general contractor. Larry is actively involved in the National Association of Industrial and Technical Teacher Educators, Association for Career and Technical Education, and is
past-president of the Illinois Woodworking Teachers Association.
Don L. Blazek received his bachelor of science degree in Industrial Education from Fort Hays State University in Hays, KS and his master of science degree at Pittsburg State University. He hass taught in the Shawnee Mission School District #512, located in Overland Park, Kansas. He taught an
exploratory industrial education program consisting of materials and processes (wood and plastics), visual communication (drafting, graphic arts, photography, and video production) and manufacturing processes. He served on two federally funded development projects for the development of pilot
industrial education programs for middle/junior high schools for the State of Kansas. This SET (Secondary Exploration of Technology) helped lead to the development of the modular concept of teaching technology education. Don also taught woodworking adult education classes. Over the span of his
teaching career, he was actively involved with the Kansas Industrial Education Association and the American Industrial Arts Association. In 1978 he was selected the Outstanding Industrial Education Teacher for the State of Kansas.
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Book Description Goodheart-Willcox, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111619605023
Book Description Goodheart-Willcox, 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1619605023