Flip questions on their head to promote thinking

I received a tweet asking me for suggestions on keyboarding programs for students.  I didn’t respond. I couldn’t respond.  I am not a fan, and when schools are saying that they are either a) in a time crunch or, b) having limited use of technology, I struggle that we use this precious amount of time focusing on keyboarding programs.

Think about it…Have you ever seen anyone in their teens on a mobile device, furiously typing away?  What “iPhone Keyboarding” class did they take to learn that?

Source: What types of questions are you asking?

Outside the box thinking, question what you want to do and what has worked in the past. Don’t question about the best tool.

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