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Keyboarding–Student Workbooks

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$ 199.00(Room License)
$640.00(School License)
$1799.00(District License)

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7 grade-level student keyboard workbooks (kindergarten through Middle School) to accompany teacher two-volume Ultimate Guide to Keyboarding.

This is a student-paced, student-directed keyboarding course that fits into any curriculum.

One for each grade K-Middle School, delivered digitally, to enable students to self-pace, self-manage their year-long keyboarding journey from wherever they are. Each about 80 pages long with 40-50 illustrations. Includes:

  • Why learn keyboarding?
  • formative and summative assessments
  • domain-specific vocabulary
  • relevant problem solving
  • required digital citizenship overview
  • Embedded links available so students can simply click and go—no searching for the site, typing in addresses, trying to remember the site address
  • Samples of projects at student fingertips so wherever they’re practicing, they have an example and directions
  • Background material right there. If student wants to remember what they did a week–a month–ago, it’s right there.
  • Workbook goes with the student. It’s licensed to them through the school. If they’re in the library, the classroom, the soccer field, they can practice. Even at home.

These workbooks encourage independence in student keyboarding learning and require only nominal direction from a teacher, homeschooling parent, or another adult. These are perfect if keyboarding is taught across classes at your school—not in the tech lab–or taught in a home environment.

Not available individually–only available as a room, site or District license.

Free with each multi-user license:

  • 12 companion videos for students–one-two a month for a 9-month school year. Aligned with workbooks
  • associated teacher Ultimate Guide to Keyboardingyear-long curriculum, aligned with workbooks. Allows teacher to guide students in their independent learning.

For more information on each student workbook, click the grade level:

Kindergartenboy and computer

1st Grade

2nd Grade

3rd Grade

4th Grade

5th Grade

Middle School

 

For more information on multi-user licenses, click the one you’re interested in:

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School

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Detaillearn like a champion

  • Digital access
  • Length: 75-85 pages each
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Structured Learning (August, 2014)
  • ISBN-13: each workbooks has its own
  • License: Multi-user
  • Companion videos: Click for an Companion videos

Curious? Here’s a sample:

KB 5 student manual Preview

What Goes Well with Student Keyboard Workbooks:

Reviews of SL Keyboarding Curricula


Thank you for all of the information you provide, I don’t think I could do my job without your books, wikis, and advice. Thank you for being an inspiration to me and others and for being willing to share your knowledge and experience with all of us [refers to the free help available to curriculum users] –long-time teacher


With online testing we have to hit the road running with keyboarding. This resource makes it easy! Thank you! –TeacherPayTeachers customer


I will be teaching keyboarding for the first time this year. Our students haven’t had an official keyboarding or technology class ever in our school. I really questioned how I was going to accomplish teaching so much information when I see the kids once a week [until I found this course]. –technology integration specialist


Finding you and all that you have to support technology and its users have been a blessing –new technology teacher


I teach computer preschool – 8th grade. Having this guide to keyboarding helped me know what to expect for each grade level. It also gives great websites to use to reinforce learning. I also have the K-8 computer curriculum textbooks and I am highly satisfied with their content. –Amazon Customer


This book provides tech teachers — both novice and those with years of experience. I especially appreciate the specific guidelines with ACTUAL resources available online with best practices and extensions for a variety of learners. I feel that this is BY FAR the most HELPFUL resource I have come across as a first year technology instructor and plan on using this daily throughout the year! BRAVO! –Amazon customer — first year teacher


I teach computer preschool – 8th grade. Having this guide to keyboarding helped me know what to expect for each grade level. It also gives great websites to use to reinforce learning. I also have the K-8 computer curriculum textbooks and I am highly satisfied with their content. –Amazon Customer


This book offers so much more than I expected. Not only does it tell how to implement keyboarding into all grade levels (kindergarten-5th) it provides several websites and cross-curricular ideas that can be utilized along with the curriculum. I would recommend this book to anyone who teaches technology to grade school students. –Amazon customer


When your child comes home and asks to to practice keyboarding you know the teacher is doing something right. Even though kids can text with two fingers our school has discovered that the kids want to learn how to keyboard. We are using the book for K-8 instruction in keyboarding to prepare the students for the 1:1 program we have in grades 8-12 –Amazon customer, parent


This curriculum goes well beyond simply which software to pick. It mixes software with games, quizzes and projects. All with the goal teaching age appropriate keyboarding. –Amazon Customer

About the Author

Ask a Tech Teacher© is a group of teachers, passionate about technology in education, who run the an award-winning resource blog Ask a Tech Teacher © with more than 75,000 visitors a month in search of teaching materials and advice. It offers oodles of free lesson plans, pedagogical conversation, website reviews and more. Its free newsletters and website articles are read by thousands, including teachers, homeschoolers, and anyone serious about finding the best way to maneuver the minefield of technology in education.