What should I expect when starting my keyboarding class?
The next step we want you to learn when teaching keyboarding would be making use of healthy competition.
Kids progress differently even though they may have started at the same time. Each person has different learning styles, so it is normal for everyone in a class to start off together, only to get different results after a day of learning
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The first step in any touch typing program - whether approached as teacher or student - will be to cover finger positioning. When typing, each finger has an assigned zone of keys, each requiring a movement of one or two keys away from home. After a finger has moved to type a letter, it will return to its home position.
This process can take time as it requires the development of muscle memory. Once mastered, this process will allow the typist to type without looking at the keys or thinking much of the act of typing at all.
Alex (The Reimagined Classroom Teacher)