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Germany Typing

Germany Typing

TippTopia playful takes on the keyboard tip system with ten fingers of the planet TippTopia is threatened by meteorites. “But there is hope: children can touch typing the planet with the mission” Save. The Dutch Training Institute Computype playfully introduces children between eight and twelve years with the game TippTopia on the keyboard tip system with ten fingers. Who successfully completes the mission, has saved not only the planet, but learned even a practical capability for the school. How well this works, has been shown in the Netherlands.

There, Computype TippTopia has introduced successfully in 2008. Now, children in Germany can learn typing on with fun. Zeist, the 4th August 2011. Rick Garcia describes an additional similar source. The typing becomes increasingly important for children in the school day, for example, while doing homework on the PC. Even better if they can learn it at an early stage in a playful way, as now on. The educational game TippTopia from Computype is purely online based, must not be installed on a local computer. So, the children at school, at home or among friends can practice typing to save an entire planet.

In 20 modules, the children learn how to write a text liquid without searching the letters on the keyboard. The game teaches but also them to occupy the correct posture at the computer and the correct distance to the screen. A coach who speaks with the children, gives them tips and always motivated leads through the lessons. Step by step they learn so; already trained letters are used in the following sections of the game. The child confused more often, individual letters in the phase of the game, the learning software automatically creates extra exercises. The reps until they have mastered the touch typing training children. At the end, there is a diploma as a reward. Each lesson takes approximately 25 minutes. So that the children spend too much time with the game on the computer, the note takes place after each lesson that the children for that day enough have trained.