Having taught Career and Technical Education for nearly two decades, it has long been my passion to teach students the whole range of hard and soft skills they need to succeed. And I’m excited to say, we are now introducing new curriculum to EduTyping to help you do the same! As of this week in EduTyping Secondary, you’ll find our...

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Names are important. In his award-winning book, How to Win Friends and Influence People, Dale Carnegie gives readers a tip on just how important names are. "Remember that a person’s name is to that person the sweetest and most important sound in any language." It’s true! Picture how you immediately perk up when your name is called, whether by a...

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Hey everybody, it’s Mike Gecawich, co-founder of EduTyping.com and Typing.com, welcome back to another episode of #AskEduTyping. We’re live every week on Thursdays at 4:15 EST. Last week I came live from a great conference that I attended, the Association of Career and Technical Education in Nashville, Tennessee. So if you were there and I got an opportunity to meet...

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As teachers, how can we foster creative thinking in our classrooms? One of the easiest ways is through creative writing. And coincidentally, there is a direct connection that can be made between creative writing and mastering typing. One of the main goals in learning to touch type is to get to the level where you can type as you think....

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Hey everybody. It's Mike Gecawich, Co-founder of Teaching.com, EduTyping.com, and Typing.com. Super excited to bring the Ask EduTyping show live to you this week from Nashville, Tennessee at the Association of Career and Technical Education Conference. Really pumped, I got me associate here, Joshua, who is our national education sales consultant, who will be helping me out today by reading...

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12 Days of Christmas

December 11th, 2017
Mike Gecawich

With the holiday seasons right around the corner, teachers face an eternal dilemma. How can you embrace the spirit of the season in your classroom, while still keeping your students working on important academic skills? While kicking back and watching Home Alone is definitely not an option, it seems wrong to ignore the festivities altogether. When it comes to typing,...

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Basketball Keyboarding

December 5th, 2017
Mike Gecawich

There is perhaps no sport where teamwork is as critical for success as in basketball. With only five players per team on the court at a time, it is imperative that they communicate and work together if they want to win. In fact, Michael Jordan once said that “talent wins games, but teamwork wins championships.” While typing is generally a...

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Hi everybody. It's Mike Gecawich, Co-founder of Teaching.com, EduTyping, and Typing.com. Welcome back to another episode of Ask EduTyping where we field questions from our usual audience from all around the globe. Users of Typing.com, EduTyping as well as the keyboarding world at large. So each week we start out with a new typing tip. And this is the holiday...

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Hey everybody, it's Mike Gecawich, Co-founder of Teaching.com, EduTyping.com and Typing.com, here with another edition of #AskEdutyping. This week's show is going to be a little bit different format from what we've done in the past. Basically, the last couple of weeks we've been flooded with lots of questions about receiving ideas, or giving some teaching ideas and tips on...

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I’ve always loved a good bit of healthy competition. Over the years, though, I’ve come to realize that there is no one I enjoy competing against more than myself. No other form of competition is quite so personal and motivating in my mind. And it makes sense. Studies show that human beings are innately motivated by personal improvement, especially if...

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