The TTRS course engages your senses of seeing, hearing and touching.
A kinesthetic approach is experienced: "When I want to spell a word I just think where my fingers would go, it's like talking with my fingers."
Why TTRS is
|Proven and developed for over 22 years|
|Uses a unique, multi-sensory, phonics based approach|
|Incorporates structured word lists based on the book 'Alpha to Omega' based on Orton and Gillingham.|
|Develops literacy, confidence and self-esteem with measurable success from the start|
Read, Spell and Type with Confidence
An award-winning, multi-sensory course that teaches touch-typing, reading and spelling at the same time
Uses visual, auditory and kinesthetic (touch) senses for a fully immersive learning experience
TTRS was developed in line with language and education research and is routinely supported by new studies
Course content is based on the word lists of ‘Alpha to Omega’ and takes an Orton Gillingham approach to reading instruction
Modular in design
Each module is designed to be short in length with regular, positive feedback
Optional Tutor Support
Supplement your learning with a TTRS trained Tutor
Multiple levels of difficulty
TTRS has 24 levels, each with 31 modules. Every 5th module is a "dictation module" which relies on the auditory element to reinforce learning
Colors, fonts and designs can be customised for the learner to meet every individual's needs
Used by dyslexia associations worldwide, including the British Dyslexia Association
Testimonials and Reviews
10/10 This is a clear and easy to use typing program, which incorporates sentences.
10/10 TTRS was recommended by a literacy professional. Both of our children can try to rush through it so they do need a little supervision to do it properly.
10/10 I wanted a typing program that would not add a lot of prep time for me. My children are able to log in to the program and do it on their own. They are both very impressive at typing now!
10/10 We chose TTRS because it covers a plethora of skills: typing, reading, and spelling and it boosts our son's confidence as a student struggling with dyslexia and dysgraphia. My son can easily get overwhelmed with added tasks, but TTRS is something he enjoys. He has more autonomy to choose how many lessons he wants to do. He has commented on how he remembers to spell the words after the drills. The typing is easy, and he usually does more than the required lessons. Children with learning difficulties need to feel successful and TTRS does just that, while addressing their learning needs. It’s a win-win for our family!