Keyboarding Bundle



What’s included in the Keyboarding lesson plans bundle:

  • A brief summary of each project, including suggested grade level and prior knowledge, time required, software required, and other projects that should be completed prior to this one
  • Higher-order thinking skills addressed
  • Technology-specific skills taught
  • Digital delivery of the PDF
Five projects include:
Keyboarding in the Classroom
Use keyboarding software (Type to Learn, All the Right Type) to practice three times a week. Follow up with a quarterly speed quiz.
Free Online Keyboarding Programs
Use online keyboarding to provide variety to students’ software-based programs. Follow up with a quarterly quiz to graph improvement.
Keyboarding for Homework
Assign monthly keyboard practice as homework. If students practice three times a week, they’ll be amazed by the progress they make in speed, accuracy, and how much easier technology-based classwork becomes.
Keyboarding in the Classroom
Start every class with 10-15 minutes of keyboard practice.
Keyboard Shortcuts
I’ve found over the years that kids love keyboard shortcuts. It excites them to go fast, so cleanly. Sometimes, it becomes the only way to accomplish a task.

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