Thursday, August 16, 2012

COD - 8/16/2012 - QwertyTown [Keyboarding]

QwertyTown teaches an essential aspect of literacy for today's students, keyboarding. QwertyTown reinforces skills through safe online communication, addresses Common Core literacy standards, is entirely web-based, and is customizable for learners with different abilities

Reasons educators use QwertyTown:

  • They understand the importance of keyboarding skills.
  • They can control student communications.
  • Students appear highly motivated and excel at digital assignments.
  • It’s easy to track student progress.
  • Lessons move at the student's pace.

Teachers and administrators are able to oversee and guide their students’ experiences in QwertyTown. Teachers can view full transcripts of their students’ Qmail messages and chats. They can add or remove individual students’ access to features of the Chatterbox, and can regulate who their students add to their Friends Lists.

Schools may sign up to try out QwertyTown with a free 30-day trial that includes one free teacher account and thirty student accounts. QwertyTown runs in Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and IE7+ and requires Adobe Flash Player 10 or newer.


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