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Community Manager at Edutopia

Adam, this is an older blog

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Adam, this is an older blog post (from 2006). If you DM me the list of dead links, I'll make sure it gets into the hands of our editorial team. Thanks!

Touch typing enthusiast and educator

Hello Patsy, Great list but

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Hello Patsy,

Great list but outdated. I found lots of dead links. I will send via personal message.

Furthermore, you need to add new players like:
http://www.typingweb.com/
http://play.typeracer.com/

Typing test:
http://www.ratatype.com/typing-test/ where everyone will get a typing certificate after passing a test

It is a great overview, I did

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It is a great overview, I did not know some of the courses in the list. My kids learnt with this touch typing tutor for kids. Quite good, but not free unfortunately.

cheap computers (not verified)

My experience has been that

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My experience has been that the use of software applications many times provokes boredom and cheating, whereas when the teacher is actively engaged in the teaching process, students are also more engaged in the learning process.

auntlee (not verified)

Online Keyboarding Games

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I teach at-risk kids at libraries,and over the years I have pulled together the best online typing games and put them together on a website:

http://www.auntlee.com/typinglinks.htm

Sharen Trischank (not verified)

HELP!! Always looking for innovative ideas

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HELP!! Always looking for innovative ideas to keep KEYBOARDING I interesting and motivating. Microtype Pro and/or teacher integrated teaching of the keyboard becomes very boring and cumbersome.... What else can be interjected into the daily lesson plans? Ideas?
Sara Reed (not verified)

I have been using the

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I have been using the book Games That Keyboarding Teachers Play and I also get some get great ideas from the Teaching Business Education Newsletter.
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