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Learn to Type.  Teachtopia’s guide to Teaching Typing. Teachtopia Teaches Typing Everyone (children and adults) should be fluent typists. Think about it.  Who has the advantage, the person who is is hunting and pecking for the next letter, or the person who is able to think about what they are actually  writing about?  Don't try to convince yourself that you or your loved ones poking is as fast or as accurate as a real typer.   We all need to learn how to type and you  you are never too young or to old to begin the process of learning. Teachtopia has some great hints to help you become a super typer: * Use the Homerow.  This means that no matter what keys you type your two hands always end up with your fingers resting on this row.  This is the row with the A (left pinky) SDF followed by the right hand with jkl ; (right pinky) * Practice without looking at the keys * Learn one row at a time * Practice Daily There is nothing better than the old fashioned high school class that teaches  with the timed writings, but more importantly the fear of failing.  For many however, this is not an option so here are some electronic solutions. The first solution is the cheapist and best Teachtopia.com could think of. It is buying the time tested V-Tech Typeright Typing Tutor on Ebay.  Literally a portable keyboard with a small LCD display this device takes students through a traditional typing course. Teachtopia.com has seen this product for 5-10 dollars plus shipping on Ebay and encourage you to snag one. Another option is via computer software. The most famous and quite good choice is Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing. There is also Type to Learn, Jumpstart, and Typing Tutor. When you are done with you are done with your lessons and just need a little extra practice , there is also a website that rates your speed and accuracy for free. 
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Learn to Type.  Teachtopia’s guide to Teaching Typing. Teachtopia Teaches Typing Everyone (children and adults) should be fluent typists. Think about it.  Who has the advantage, the person who is is hunting and pecking for the next letter, or the person who is able to think about what they are actually  writing about?  Don't try to convince yourself that you or your loved ones poking is as fast or as accurate as a real typer.   We all need to learn how to type and you  you are never too young or to old to begin the process of learning. Teachtopia has some great hints to help you become a super typer: * Use the Homerow.  This means that no matter what keys you type your two hands always end up with your fingers resting on this row.  This is the row with the A (left pinky) SDF followed by the right hand with jkl ; (right pinky) * Practice without looking at the keys * Learn one row at a time * Practice Daily There is nothing better than the old fashioned high school class that teaches  with the timed writings, but more importantly the fear of failing.  For many however, this is not an option so here are some electronic solutions. The first solution is the cheapist and best Teachtopia.com could think of. It is buying the time tested V-Tech Typeright Typing Tutor on Ebay.  Literally a portable keyboard with a small LCD display this device takes students through a traditional typing course. Teachtopia.com has seen this product for 5-10 dollars plus shipping on Ebay and encourage you to snag one. Another option is via computer software. The most famous and quite good choice is Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing. There is also Type to Learn, Jumpstart, and Typing Tutor. When you are done with you are done with your lessons and just need a little extra practice , there is also a website that rates your speed and accuracy for free. 
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