At EduTyping, our customers are our biggest asset. We're always looking for ways to make EduTyping the best solution possible for teaching students how to type, and thanks to your feedback we've got big things on tap for the 2019-2020 school year! Below is a rundown of some of the awesome features and updates you can expect to see when...

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Keyboarding Goes to the Movies

March 14th, 2019
Mike Gecawich

The semester is well underway, but March brings us even more relevant and newsworthy content to share with your students to hone their typing skills. A new typing lesson in the Making Headlines section of the EduTyping Secondary curriculum offers a recap of the glitz and glam of this year’s Oscars. What movies were nominated and who walked away with...

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It might seem like winter will never end, but at least there’s one thing to be excited about this February: EduTyping has just added two brand-new Reinforcement Lessons to the curriculum! These new lessons will help your students make the most of the cold weather with some winter-themed content to practice typing. A new Making Headlines article in the EduTyping...

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Happy New Year 2019! As the holiday festivities die down and New Year's resolutions are fresh in our minds, students and teachers alike are settling back into a new school semester. Here at EduTyping, our resolution is to continue to inspire students to have fun while learning to type. To start the year off on the right foot, we've got...

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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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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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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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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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It’s getting to that time of the school year where you’re in need of something new to liven up your typing classes. The beginning-of-the-year excitement has worn off, but there’s still a ways to go before winter break. Students start to get antsy and can need a little extra motivation to really give typing practice their all. Well, you’re in...

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Every day we get tons of questions from teachers asking for help with their typing classes. With comments coming in from the blog, email, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and in-person at school visits… it’s gotten pretty hard to keep up with it all. So now, I’ve decided to set aside some time each week to answer the most important questions that...

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