The TTRS Method

A way of learning that uses multi-sensory keyboarding to support
language skills development and help individuals in mastering
subject content – based on the Orton-Gillingham Approach

How does the TTRS Method work?

Learners see, type, and hear text – and can pronounce target words and phrases alongside audio. The combination of diverse sensory input helps material ‘stick’ and the method makes use of modular lessons, repetition, and dictation exercises to reinforce learning


Meets diverse learning needs.

A TTRS Method course is designed for individuals with diverse learning needs, including those who struggle with learning difficulties and physical impairments

Builds confidence and self-esteem.

A TTRS Method course builds confidence and self-esteem through a gentile and manageable approach

No games.
No distractions.

A TTRS Method course is always animation and game-free to minimize distractions and ensure learning material is suitable for older children, adolescents, and adults

The TTRS Course

The TTRS Course develops a learner’s procedural knowledge of English spelling and builds phonological awareness to support reading skills. This is accomplished via a structured program of phonics embedded within 24 keyboarding lessons of 31 modules each. Most phonics courses are aimed at children but TTRS offers a more grown-up approach for older children, adolescents, and adults.

TTRS Subjects

TTRS Subject courses support vocabulary and core content learning in math, science, English and Spanish. Lessons present key vocabulary and concepts and provide opportunities to practice procedural knowledge, and build motivation and confidence.

TTRS Method courses are appropriate for learners with…

  • dyslexia
  • dysgraphia
  • motor skills coordination difficulties (dyspraxia)
  • attention difficulties (ADD/ ADHD)

  • visual processing disorders
  • auditory processing disorders
  • mixed expressive receptive language disorders
  • apraxia of speech

  • dysarthria
  • dysphasia/aphasia
  • visual impairments

Learning content that makes use of the TTRS Method is always…

  • accessible
  • easy-to-use
  • multi-sensory
  • self-paced
  • modular
  • distraction-free
  • age appropriate