Now you see me, now you don't KeyMaster Learning Lights Keyboard

Finally, a keyboard designed by teachers, made for students!

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Why we teach keyboarding

Teaching children how to properly touch type may be the most important skill you can give them to help them gain success in the work place.

Adam Fort, Ratatype

When a student learns to touch type like a pro they become more confident and more likely to perform well academically.

Spreeder.com

There is nothing more fundamental in programming than the ability to efficiently express yourself through typing.

Jeff Atwood, Software Developer

Keyboarding Promotes Advanced Digital Skills

In today's tech driven world, advanced computer skills are essential in preparing students for the careers of tomorrow.

Proficient touch typing frees up cognitive working memory, allowing learners
to focus on advanced digital tasks
rather than the process of typing.

teachers love our keyboards!

I love that not only can students type without any obstacles on a high quality keyboard and not be able to cheat, but that I can observe more keenly if they are using the right fingers on the right keys--something I could not do with the cardboard blocks. 

- Megan, Elk Ridge Middle School

Where has this product been? I've used flimsy covers that would get dirty easily and full sheets of paper taped to the keyboards to help teach touch typing but this product to a much better solution! The on/off switch makes it easy to enforce strategies without disruption to the classroom while establishing the habit of using a traditional keyboard.

- Julianna, Jordan School District

I have taught computer and keyboarding classes for years and I truly believe that every student should leave high school with strong touch-typing skills. This new keyboard will definitely make both teaching and practicing touch-typing so much easier.

- Shauna, Spanish Fork High