At Typing Agent, we know that learning to type is only a part of the ever-growing digital world. This is why we offer plenty of supplemental curriculums to introduce students to being a great digital citizen, learning what source code can do, and emphasizing the importance of working hard for fun rewards!
We offer 9 curriculums that will keep your students happy, entertained and learning all throughout their typing journey:
Keyboarding Foundations K-2: Keyboarding Foundations K-2 is the core curriculum of students under second grade. This curriculum features optional lessons on how to use a mouse, fun characters and easy-to-digest lessons on a mountain climbing adventure. For more information, click here.
Keyboarding Foundations 3+: Keyboarding Foundations 3+ is the core curriculum of students above second grade. This curriculum is the meat-and-potatoes of Typing Agent, offering an adaptive lesson structure, testing capability, and creative ways to boost typing speed and accuracy. For more information, click here.
Spanish Lessons: Spanish Lessons is the core curriculum for Spanish-speaking students, or for your typists who need to learn how to use an international keyboard. For more information, click here.
Agent Challenge: Agent Challenge is a supplemental curriculum that your students can use to hone in on specific skills of endurance, flexibility and difficult characters once they're confident with the keyboard. For more information, click here.
Advanced Code: Advanced Code, as the name states, is a more in-depth Code curriculum. Your students will type Python code to create a fun pirate adventure. Fore more information, click here.
Digital Citizenship: Digital Citizenship is a video and quiz based course on how to be a great digital citizen. Your students will meet fun characters who come face-to-face with very real situations that occur online, every day. For more information, click here.
Type Your Own Adventure: Type Your Own Adventure is a whimsical and fun "choose-your-own-adventure" story game. Your students will type each of their answers, hence "typing" the choices to choose the outcome of their story. For more information, click here.
Targeted Practice: Targeted Practice is an adaptive course for students to practice the keys and words they have trouble with in their core curriculum. For more information, click here.
Notepad: Notepad is a rich-text editor that students can use to type whatever they so please, or whatever you have assigned for them to submit to you. For more information, click here.