One of my student seemed to have trouble in the lessons so I would like to ask some help on how to address this.
Remind students that everyone is different, and they’re all free to progress at their own individual pace. Then add that with great freedom comes great responsibility, which means they’re also responsible for doing the work and practicing until they’ve mastered each lesson and are ready to move on.
The Typesy Team
It can be difficult to watch a student struggle! Remind your students that our brains grow fastest when we learn through challenges. It’s far better to be challenged by a task than to find it too easy - no learning happens when something is easy!
No matter what level of typing mastery a student has, the most important piece of learning touch typing is consistency and repetition. The time needed to reach mastery will be different for all students since it is likely that students in your class will be at differing levels of typing proficiency. There are many ways to keep your advanced students engaged while you focus your attention on your struggling students. Consider hosting competitions for highest WPM or accuracy, allow your most advanced students to tutor less experienced classmates, or challenge your adept typists by blindfolding them or covering the letters on their keyboard. Having a few ideas up your sleeve will ensure your skilled typists don’t become bored and distracting to others who need time to practice.