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Here you can read some testimonials from schools that have already successfully taught children to touch type using the Typ10 method. Let them inspire you to start using Typ10 in your school!

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Primary education

Teachers deliver the programme in 10 sessions. During these 10 lessons, students are taught the basic skills of touch typing. This is done using our Typ10 workbook. In addition, children use the online module independently to practise at home or in the classroom. Teachers can follow their students’ progress, pace as well as monitor tasks completed and errors. Individualised homework can also be given.

Testimonial from Eric, a teacher in primary school:
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"Blind typing is a basic skill for every student in the 21st century. Previously, we offered touch typing lessons after school hours, but it was often only the most promising children who benefited from them. Therefore, we decided to offer our 4th graders (10 years old) Typ10 lessons during school hours. Our students must be given every opportunity to use their potential to the fullest."

Secondary Education

The new curricula used in secondary education contain increasingly large sections on IT. It is therefore becoming essential that students learn to type. More and more schools are using laptops, iPads and other devices in addition to textbooks. In that perspective, Typ10 is in line with the objectives of these new curricula.

Testimonial from Karen, an ICT teacher in a secondary school:
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"We work with Typ10 because the keyboard is taught in a fun and playful way. This keeps students motivated and they do not give up easily. They are challenged to collect as many trophies and diamonds as possible and can actually touch type before they even realise it! In this way, we achieve the curriculum objectives and there is still enough time left to do other things!”

Special Education Needs

Experience has shown that an optimal result is achieved by spreading out the 10 lessons over a full school year. That way, students have sufficient time to process the information given at their own pace.

Testimonial from Sarah, a SEN teacher:
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"Many children at our school have difficulties with reading and writing. When they learn to work using compensatory measures on the laptop, we often notice that the learning process is slow. That is why we chose Typ10. It is a good method for our students to learn to touch type fluently using all 10 fingers. The adapted booklets for children with DLD (Developmental language disorder) and ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder), which our school collaborated on, are perfectly tailored to our students!"