Get 50% OFF Premium Licenses (Sale Through June 4th!)

Returning to the classroom does not mean the disappearance of the use of technology implemented over the last year or before. Which is why for the next 7 days, Typing.com now offers you, your schools, and districts to get 50% off premium licenses for every license you buy

In consideration of new vetting programs, new budget cuts, and the return to the classroom, we’ve taken a hard look at how we can help you get through this roller coaster in the easiest (and cheapest!) way possible.

Why Typing.com

Technology isn’t going anywhere. In fact, it’s becoming more pervasive and important with every passing day. Prepare your schools and students for success—in and out of the classroom—with:

  • Step-by-step lessons and all that the new typing curriculum for 2021 has to offer
  • Simple, instant rostering and information syncing
  • Powerful administrative and reporting tools
  • And when you upgrade to premium, all of this is ad-free

Step-by-step Lesson Structure

Instant Information Syncing

  • Instantly sync with Google Classroom, Clever, or ClassLink
  • 180-day data retention  (unlimited with Premium)
  • Students never need an email address because we never ask for your student’s private information

Distraction-free Engagement

Administrative Tools

New Discounted Pricing 

  • Per student prices start at $7.99 and go down from there
  • Bulk discount for schools and districts starts as low as $1.14
  • Licenses are fully transferable

Set Up For Next Year, Right Now

Typing.com is in your corner! Help your students start building critical foundational skills now. Hopefully, we can partner with you for the coming school year—and beyond!

To learn more about the benefits of Premium, click here.

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Manage Typing Lessons When Each Student Learns at a Different Pace

It’s an inevitable fact of teaching that students will complete the work you assign them at different paces. Without fail, one student will finish before another student is even halfway through.

Every teacher learns pretty quickly that it’s imperative to have a game plan for what students will do when they finish their work early. It makes sense then, that one of the greatest advantages of an online program like Typing.com, is that students can work at their own pace.

Many of our teachers find that it’s useful to manage student progress by assigning specific lessons to their classes each week (learn how to assign lessons here). Assigning lessons is a good way to keep students working on the specific content you’ve chosen, and to help you keep tabs on how a given class is doing across certain skills.

So what do you do if some students breeze through the day’s lessons while others are slowly chugging along?

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Important Information about the Typing.com Curriculum Page

Attention Typing.com teachers! As you know, we have added an extensive digital literacy curriculum to Typing.com – including Coding, Career Skills, Computer Basics, Internet Safety, and more. And, now that we have all this great new content, we want to make sure that it’s easy for you to find and use!

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Teaching Typing

Creating a Classroom Where Students are Happy and Focused

Dear Ask a Teacher,

How can I create a positive and productive classroom environment for all my students? I want my students to feel comfortable sharing their thoughts and ideas without fear of ridicule or risk of censure.

Sincerely,

Positively In Charge


Hello, Positively in charge!

Teachers play an important role in setting the classroom environment. In fact, the way students interact with each other and the work in front of them is largely dictated by this it. And creating a positive class environment is invaluable for building trust and getting results.

When it comes to setting a positive classroom culture, a good place to start is with core values.

Which values, mindsets, and people skills do you want to encourage? If you can settle on three to four core values to consistently model and reinforce in your classroom, you’re likely to end up with the environment you want.

Below are four of the most popular core values along with ideas on how to make them part of your class culture.

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