Data Scoreboard in Typing.com After each Typing.com session, students will see their accuracy and speed results like this: Students can also track their own keyboarding scores and their peers’ data using the “Scoreboard” tab from the home screen in Typing.com. This scoreboard gathers data in real time for the weekly practices, however, the scores are reset […]
“I Can” Statements For Beginning Keyboarders *Keep my body in the “L Shape” position so I do not injure my wrists, neck or back. *Train my fingers to return to “Home Row” Keys after each keystroke. *Trust my fingers and TRY not to look at my hands for each keystroke. *Practice consistently in the Typing.com lessons at […]
My last post- Summer Google Basics Series Part 1, Building Keyboarding Awareness For Our Students, we talked about why kids need to be competent keyboarders and basically what they need to do on Day 1 of instruction. The first day includes introducing Keyboard keys, body posture and then finally logging in to their Typing.com account. […]
Summer Google Basics Series – Part 1, Building Keyboarding Awareness For Our Students, Video Sample Included!
If we are truly taking on the task of “Fighting the Tech as a Toy Mindset”, then we need to set up purposeful, structured and scaffolded experiences that build confidence and cultivate developmentally appropriate digital skills that motivate our Little Techies to spend their screen-time doing purposeful activities instead of always choosing “Brain-Numbing Games”. Yeah, […]