They say that it takes 10,000 hours of practice to master a skill. That might sound like an incredibly high number on its own, but when it comes to typing, your students will probably rack up that many hours before they graduate from college… if not high school. Now, as your students are just starting out, you have the tremendous...

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Why Written Communication Skills Are So Important In business education, our number one goal is to prepare students to succeed in their future careers—from landing the job to excelling in it. So what skills do students need to get jobs after they graduate? Let’s ask the people that hire them. Each year, the National Association of Colleges and Employers polls...

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They say that it takes 10,000 hours of practice to master a skill. That might sound like an incredibly high number on its own, but when it comes to typing, your students will probably rack up that many hours before they graduate from college… if not high school. Now, as your students are just starting out, you have the tremendous...

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When it comes to boosting typing speed, Nitro Type is the best game hands down. But when it comes to targeting students’ accuracy, we’ve discovered that it takes a different approach. In our newest game, Keyboard Jump, each mistyped letter doesn’t just slow you down, it makes your character lose a life! Enough errors and your character falls all the...

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https://youtu.be/5st6Zr8-lzw Hey, everybody, it's Mike Gecawich co-founder of Typing.com, Edutyping.com and Teaching.com. Welcome back to another episode of #AskEduTyping where we field user audience questions from all around the United States and the world for the world's most popular keyboarding programs Typing.com and Edutyping.com. We start every week with a tip of the week for keyboarding teachers to kind of...

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Check out the New EduTyping!

July 18th, 2018
Mike Gecawich

Don't you love the clean slate that comes with a new school year? So do we! Which is why we've been working hard to get the NEW EduTyping student and teacher portals up and running with plenty of time before classes are back in session. And today we are officially LIVE! To see the new features for yourself, click below for...

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https://youtu.be/YmVwRUca6Gs Hey everybody it's Mike Gecawich, co-founder of Teaching.com, Typing.com and Edutyping.com. I'm here with another exciting episode of #AskEduTyping where we field user questions from around the United States and the world for two of the largest typing programs on the planet, which are Typing.com and Edutyping.com. So each week if we don't get to answer your questions live...

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One of the worst feelings for teachers is the sensation that you have to do everything on your own. There isn’t always administrative support (or a budget) to plan fun and meaningful learning experiences for students that offer a change from more typical lessons. So when a teacher from New York reached out asking us to sponsor a typing competition...

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At EduTyping, we're always looking for creative ways to better support teachers to make typing instruction fun for their students. Often, this happens by listening to teacher feedback and making adaptations to our typing program based on teacher requests. But sometimes, our support comes in other forms too… When Heather Fritz, a 5th-grade teacher from Linda Verde Elementary School, reached...

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Independence Day Typing Activity!

July 4th, 2018
Mike Gecawich

Happy Independence Day! I hope your long weekend was filled with as much delicious barbecue as mine was. To help celebrate the occasion, today I’d like to share with you a fun typing activity where students are challenged to type the names of the US States. So today, why not spark a little national pride and typing competition with The...

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