EduTyping’s new elementary keyboarding curriculum has been developed to meet the needs of all students in Grades K-5. Instructors have the option to select from specially-designed, grade-by-grade curricula, each built to address the unique learning objectives at each specific grade level from kindergarten to Grade 5, or an all-inclusive curriculum where students progress at their own pace. The elementary keyboarding curriculum consists of the following 7 courses:
- Grade 1
- Grade 2
- Grade 3
- Grade 4
- Grade 5
- EduTyping, Jr. (Standard)
The success of EduTyping’s elementary keyboarding curricula lies in its unique row-by-row approach, where students learn and master the middle row before progressing to the top and bottom rows. With an abundance of drill-and-practice, review, and reinforcement lessons, instructors can customize their curriculum based on their own instructional classroom time.
The elementary keyboarding curriculum also includes a Digital Literacy unit that teaches the basics of technology, including Computer Basics, Digital Citizenship, and Learning to Type as well as computer applications lessons in Word Processing, Spreadsheets, and Presentations.View Scope and Sequence
EduTyping Secondary follows a traditional keyboarding curriculum designed for students in Grades 6-12. This robust curriculum features a strong focus on drill-and-practice designed to help students achieve touch typing fluency and master the alphabetic keyboard. The curriculum content is current, updated regularly, and customized to meet the interests of today's teens, making the typing experience fun and engaging for students. Instructors can customize their curriculum based on their own instructional classroom time.
The EduTyping Secondary curriculum also includes additional units in Professionalism in the Workplace, Word Processing, Spreadsheets, and Presentations.View Scope and Sequence