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.
By including badges in Typing.com, we didn’t just want to make the program more fun for kids but wanted to capitalize on research that shows how badges can improve achievement. Read on to learn more about 8 different science-backed ways that badges can help boost student performance…
As the start of school year is fast approaching, we thought that you could use some help with your back to school prep! Thus, the team behind our premium classroom edition, EduTyping, put together a comprehensive guide with all the information a teacher needs to effectively teach typing in their classrooms.
The French have their own keyboard (also used in Belgium) that is known as the AZERTY keyboard. It is also known by many as the being the strangest and least logical keyboard in existence.
What motivates students to want to learn more? While I’m pretty sure it’s every teacher’s undeclared mission to try to figure that out, here at Typing.com it’s one of our team’s biggest priorities. Here’s what we’ve come up with—