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The British Columbia Technology Education Association (BCTEA) is a Provincial Specialist Association (PSA) of the British Columbia Teachers Federation (BCTF).  The BCTEA represents Technology Education teachers and promotes the development and growth of Tech Ed in British Columbia schools.  The BCTEA also works with like minded groups and organizations that are involved in areas such as trades training and setting industry standards for training young workers.

BCTEA members are teachers within the public school system in British Columbia and include students in post-secondary Technology Teacher training programs.  Subscribers to the BCTEA are teachers in private schools, business and industry partners that work with the BCTEA to promote and advance interests in Technology Education.

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Should a SawStop be in Every School?

Posted on11 Jan 2017
By: Steve Cecchi & Paul Klein Steve Cecchi (SD #33 Chilliwack) – I have been teaching Grade 9 middle-schoolers how to use a table saw for over 20 years. Of all the machines and techniques that I introduce  to these...
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Heads up for Safety revised

Posted on10 Dec 2016
Heads Up for Safety revised 2017       headsup With the introduction of ADST from K to 12 there will be more teachers wanting to bring hands on building into their classrooms, or for makerspaces. Many teachers have not had...
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