Teacher comics: Type training

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A follow-up from these comics.

THIS IS A REAL SUGGESTION SOMEONE WHO GETS PAID WAY MORE THAN I DO MADE TO ME.

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3 Responses to “Teacher comics: Type training”

  1. I let my 20 month old play with a keyboard connected to nothing. I figure it’s good for familiarization. For a classroom of teenagers? Not so much.

  2. Not that it solves the equipment problem (i.e. lack of computers), but if/when you get them, there is a free typing program online at typing.com that allows you to create and track classes. I think you can type without signing up, too. There are some “Advanced” lessons if you buy a premium account, but there is plenty worthwhile in the free bits.

    • Christopher Pearce Says:

      Thank you. That’s a really good recommendation and if/when we get the resources, I’m happy to give it a go.

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