Give Your Students the Key to Success
As most educators know, many assessments now require students, starting as early as third grade, to write online. Yet, many students in third grade can’t type with proper technique, or without looking down at the keyboard. Our adaptive keyboarding lessons measure existing speed and accuracy, and automatically assigns instruction that adapts to each student’s individual needs.
Our Keyboarding Lessons:
- Give students the structure of daily keyboarding practice which is proven to improve accuracy and speed
- Prepare students for success on online assessments like PARCC and Smarter Balanced
- Cover foundational keyboarding concepts like QWERTY hand positioning, basic shortcuts and commands
- Engage students with interactive lessons and games
- Help teachers quickly review time spent on practice, speed and accuracy in real-time to determine improvement rates and offer instruction
to become a skilled typist
keyboarding lessons can be taught as early as this
average speed of a successful keyboarder
"We want them to be able to tell their whole story without the keyboarding getting in the way."
Tanna Colwell - Technology and Learning Director
Hockinson School District, WA
Next Generation Adaptive Keyboarding:
- Features updated technology and offers intuitive, role-based user interfaces with a modern design for higher student engagement and ease of use
- Gives students a series of prescriptive pathways that adapt to their individual needs as they complete a combination of keyboarding practices
- Engages students as they earn badges when they complete formative assessments, exercises, and skill and story challenges
Keyboarding in Action
Do your students have the typing and word processing skills they need for success in school and future careers? Watch this clip to learn how Learning.com’s Keyboarding curriculum provides direct instruction, guided practice, application exercises, and more to help students learn proper keyboarding technique and skills.
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