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Keyboarding for Individual Achievement is a typing instruction program for people with learning and reading disabilities (including dyslexia), blindness or low vision. This program teaches keyboarding skills through a visually- and audibly-cued, split screen, alphabetical approach that has been tested to meet the needs of children and adults with various learning style needs. There are three editions available - Students with Learning Disabilities; Students with Dyslexia; and Students with Visual Disabilities. Each edition includes a complete set of lesson plans and instructional goals will enable the teacher to fulfill and adhere to the mandates of each student's Individualized Education Plan (I.E.P.). As the user types the lesson, the top half of the screen is synchronized with flashing keys to the student's keystroke on a virtual keyboard on bottom screen. Upon successful completion of each lesson, supplemental graded exercises are supplied for reinforcement of acquired keyboarding skills. A graded spelling practice quiz, and 1-, 3-, and 5-minute speed tests that automatically time and grade the user are included. A printed record of all exercises including name, date, and grade will provide a teacher and parents with an accurate and progressive record of the user's achievement. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM or compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Microsoft Windows NT, 98, 2000, ME, XP or Vista; 512 megabytes (MB) memory; 54 MB of hard drive space; CD-ROM drive; sound card.
Price: 234.95 to 59.95.
This product record was updated on May 1, 2012.
This product is available from:
Teachers Institute for Special Education9933 NW 45th Street
Sunrise, Florida 33351
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