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.