At the end of the day, typing is a pretty straightforward task that doesn’t tend to involve audio or movement. That said, there are plenty of ways that you can mix up typing time to help students keep their focus.
Every day we get tons of questions from teachers asking for help with their typing classes. So now, I’ve decided to set aside some time to answer the most important questions that come in each week on video and share them with everyone.
Studies show that people are more productive when working in an organized workspace. The same is true for working with an organized computer desktop. In honor of “National Clean Your Virtual Desktop Day” here are our top tips for keeping your virtual desktop clean and organized.
Teachers have reported that when dyslexic students shift to doing more of their writing on the computer, their overall enthusiasm for school and confidence in their abilities soars.
As teachers, it is our responsibility to make sure that students learn appropriate guidelines for computer use. When it comes to how to protect their vision, our recommendation is the 20-20-10 rule.
It always feels good to be recognized for your achievements. Not only is recognition enjoyable, but it motivates you to work harder and continue to seek improvement. Here are 6 fun ways to recognize students’ typing progress in your classroom.