Gamification = increased learning. Our typing games give students instant feedback on their performance, they can earn badges, compete for leaderboard placement and are motivated to move through the program and unlock levels using the GritCoins and Experience points they’ve earned from their lessons.
Typing Agent's gamification keeps students engaged in all learning environments weather learning remotely, in class or both! Whether logging in from home or school, students have a seamless learning experience.
Our online keyboarding program serves up content automatically and right at their level, our adaptive typing lessons give your 3-12th grade students a perfectly personalized learning experience. Completely plug and play online keyboarding experience with typeSMART technology!
Prepare your students to be successful in this digital age with our Digital Citizenship curriculum that is aligned with ISTE standards. Typing Agent brings to life these digital citizenship concepts with three reinforcement opportunities: a Teacher Guide to help facilitate discussions with students, a series of exciting super hero videos with lessons to reinforce learning, and an illustrated scenario-based quiz.
Keyboarding and learning to type code go hand in hand. Just like keyboarding, typing code is an art of accuracy. Give your students the skills they need to succeed in the future! Students learn the concepts of Java Script, HTML, Python and more while coding their own typing game.
Remember these from your childhood? Students join Ty and Keyana on their adventure to save the world from menacing characters trying to rid the world of keyboarding. Oh no! The best part is they get to determine the direction the story goes as they type. Now that's what we call fun!
Typing Agent's ADA features meet and exceed WCAG 2.0 AA standards and will help students overcome participation restrictions in learning important keyboarding and technology skills. Including features for the sight and hearing impaired, one-handed typist, with closed captioning, screen readers, dyslexic font, and more.