Accessibility And Typing

Accessibility And Typing

As technology becomes a larger part of our lives, it becomes more and more pertinent that technological skills are accessible for all. Typing is an important skill for work and for play in this modern age. Many students who are visually impaired rely on technology to assist in their learning […]

Teaching Your Students From Home

Teaching Your Students From Home

Over the past month, teachers across Australia have been rushing to prepare their students with the necessary tools to work from home. Mass producing packets, preparing lists of approved learning sites and making sure students have the infrastructure needed at home; the list goes on. This only covers the tip […]

All New Student Motivation System

All New Student Motivation System

Our research has indicated that when learning to type students must engage in the process for sufficient time to build the required kinetic memory. All typing tutors struggle with the motivational challenge. Typing Tournament Online already uses a large range of effective motivators to keep students engaged but we believed […]

Typing and Autism

Typing and Autism

People with autism often express that they feel misunderstood. Both academically and socially, typing can open up possibilities for communication. Typing is a form of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). This means it can be used as a form of non-verbal communication for people who are either unable or find […]

Improve Your Typing Skills

Improve Your Typing Skills

Improve your typing skills with Typing Tournament Online Our new-generation typing tutor! Typing Tournament Online will help you learn to use your keyboard efficiently. It features a great range of typing games for children built on top of a highly developed didactic sequence known as our Multiple Progression Model. Children […]