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K–5 Keyboarding & Digital Citizenship Virtual Workshop

Join us to learn all about Keyboarding Without Tears®! This 2.5 hour online workshop will teach you how to easily weave keyboarding into your K–5 day. You'll leave with a library of award-winning teaching strategies to help your students succeed with today's computer-based assignments and testing.

This is a virtual, instructor-led workshop. Use your own laptop or desktop to participate in this online workshop through the internet.

This is an intermediate level workshop.

(It is HIGHLY recommended that you test your device prior to joining the workshop.)

  • Test your speakers.
    Make sure your computer speakers are working.
  • The day of the workshop, log in to the WebEx at least 15 minutes prior to start time to test the workshop link and your audio connection.
Upcoming workshops:
K–5 Keyboarding & Digital Citizenship Objectives
  • Learn the developmental progression of keyboarding skills to ensure elementary student success
  • Review student lessons and learn how to add them into your teaching and computer-based testing prep
  • Maximize educator resources to foster success: lesson previews, reports, and digital citizenship lessons  
  • Use student progress reports to help students meet grade-level benchmarks
  • Understand and share research and standards to support keyboarding and academic success
Included in K–5 Keyboarding & Digital Citizenship Virtual Workshop
Free Materials:
  • Keyboarding Without Tears®
    (1 student license for each grade, K–5)
Free Materials Your Registration Includes: 2.5 Total Contact Hours $60 in Total Free Materials
10:45 a.m. EDT Log in to the WebEx link sent in your confirmation email
11:00 a.m. EDT Production of Writing: Research and standards supporting strong keyboarding and handwriting foundational skills
Comparison of Handwriting and Keyboarding: Similarities, differences, and developmental progression of both
Keyboarding: Actively teach features of the keyboard as well as technology foundational skills, and typing skills

Instruction: Review keyboarding lesson previews for planning instruction

Digital Citizenship: Learn how to teach children about digital information, protection, behavior, and communication
Resources: Remediation Tips, School-to-Home Connections, additional resources for continued learning
1:30 p.m. EDT Adjourn: Certificate of Attendance for 2.5 Contact Hours