Students are now engaging with the world through their keyboards more than ever before, recording notes, completing homework assignments, and even taking standardised tests. For today’s kids, learning to type from an early age should be alongside learning to write, read, and perform arithmetic. Here are some of the secrets to teaching touch typing to your student or child as part of their early childhood education.
What Is Touch Typing?
In contrast with normal typing, touch typing is simply pressing the keys without looking at them. If you can keep your eyes on the screen without looking down, you can touch type. This method is more efficient, less tiring, and comes with some surprising cognitive benefits, as we’ll see below.
Touch typing has a noticeable effect on the brain, psychologists say.
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