Not so crazy after all

5th May 2006 at 01:00
Keyboard Crazy, the board game designed to develop keyboard skills for computer users, has scored highly all round in an evaluation study conducted by Norfolk County Council's primary literacy strategy. Although they would not say that all the improvements were due to use of the game, "...progress in writing exceeded expected levels, and there was widely reported increased motivation for both children and teachers". Read the full report at:

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