Supervision Is important

Our experience is that supervision and guidance are important.
If there is no control, then children will often:

■ type with the wrong fingers, or even with two fingers (even though all is specifically explained in the program)
■ look too much at the keyboard
■ sit in the wrong position (which creates a greater risk of complaints)
■ practice insufficiently

Once touch typing has been learned in the wrong way, it is difficult to correct this later.
A lot of things you can learn from a book, for example, playing the guitar and piano.
But if you want to learn it well, it is useful to have someone who guides you to ensure
things are done in the correct manner.