Get the most out of the Teacher Learning Community. Sign in now. Not a member? Click here to get started for free!

Keyboarding for Grades K-6: Online Web Resources and Apps

Preview Preview Preview Preview Preview
Buy Now


In this digital age, good keyboarding skills are becoming more and more crucial - even at the elementary grade levels. This webinar will examine several resources teachers can use to help students develop the keyboarding skills needed to meet some of the Common Core State Standards. Join Eva Harvell as she explores a variety of online resources, including free websites and iPad resources that you can use to improve keyboarding skills with your elementary students. She will also share examples of how to scaffold keyboarding practice throughout grades K-6.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Thursday, November 10, 2016 @ 5:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Common Core, Mobile Learning, Personal Enrichment, Virtual Learning
Tags: apps, CCSS, Common Core State Standards, DOL604, elementary education, keyboarding, typing, Web resources, websites

Reviews (24)

Full Member
The webinar had helpful tips for my students who are struggling on the computer. I will use this new knowledge in the future!!!
Full Member
Useful information on elementary keyboarding skills.
Thank you!
Basic Member
This is a critical skill.
Full Member
These are great resources! I was looking for keyboarding apps, thanks!!
Full Member
This was very helpful. Thank you!
Basic Member
Thanks for providing advertising free typing website suggestions. I also appreciate the how many wpm students should be able to type at each grade level.
Full Member
Full Member
Great rationalization for using and teaching keyboarding and wonderful resources and ways to tie to CCSS.
Full Member
Even though this webinar is focusing on grades k-6, you are never to old to improve your typing and tapping skills. Many of these resources can be used with beginning/unskilled typers of any age. I'm at the high school level and now have free resources to suggest to struggling students. I may even go do some practicing myself! This webinar is worth checking out.
more reviews ...