For special education:
The 10 lessons are usually spread out over a full school year so that pupils have plenty of time to process the information at their own pace. Reference: BuBaO KlimOp, Tongeren
In elementary schools:
The teacher, possibly assisted by course-specific teacher, can guide pupils to basic touch typing skills in the first 10 lessons by using the didactically built workbook., Children can then independently use the online modules and the teacher can check up on each pupil’s level of accuracy, speed and whether they’ve done their homework. Reference: Basisschool Boxbergheide, Genk
In secondary education:
In some of the different study areas, such as office management and trade, touch typing constitutes one of the main learning objectives. Typ10 and Typ10 Online have been developed based on these learning objectives. Reference: Sint-Ursula Instituut, Lier
Other children who have to work with certain specific software programs also have to be able to touch type. They will certainly benefit from Typ 10’s unique approach. These pupils can be guided by the care coordinator (or a local therapist). In cases where integrating Typ10 in the classroom is impossible, there is the opportunity of cooperating with C&Explore to offer these classes after school hours. Contact us on 0486/94.30.75 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In these times of rapid technological progress, touch typing is a skill that everyone should master.