Kids are smart. Without really thinking about it, they know what many adults have forgotten: that games are a great way to learn. Games help us build connections to information, challenge us to creatively solve problems, and teach us how to work together. Plus, they’re fun! Games can help keyboarding students too. Not only do games help keep students motivated...

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As a keyboarding teacher, I’ve seen it countless times. First a student glances around the room to make sure I’m not watching. Then they take their eyes off the screen to look down at their fingers while they type. I got pretty good at picking up on the warning signs of this classroom faux pas, but I couldn’t be everywhere...

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