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New
subjects
February 23, 2021

Well-being and All About Art - new TTRS Subjects!

Type sentences that help you stay positive and balanced as you learn about mental, emotional and physical health and well-being. Learn general art terms and type sentences about different artistic mediums and traditions. These new subjects are full of bright images and fun topics and are appropriate for both children and adults. Have a look for them in the TTRS Subjects list today!

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New
February 11, 2021

Added "My profile" Page

We've added a "My profile" link to your TTRS interface so you can quickly view and update your personal details, and see an overview of your trophies and stars.*

It's also now quicker to upload and change your profile picture.

* If your trophies and stars appear as "0", please complete at least one module and come back to the page.

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Improvement
November 06, 2020

Share subjects with specific students or classes

Admins and teachers can now share custom subjects in TTRS. Use the subject creator to add spelling lists and create typing modules that help learners master tricky vocabulary and definitions. Once you've saved your subject, select Share from the Actions drop down menu and choose the student(s) or classes you'd like to share it with!

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New
October 20, 2020

Parent registration forms

Parents can now sign up to receive a weekly email report to view their child's progress.

Simply share the form below with parents:

https://www.ttrsonline.com/Account/ParentRegistration

*Note there is currently a limit of one parent per registration.

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Improvement
September 26, 2020

Module descriptors for the Main TTRS Course

Adult Learner, Parent, and Teacher Admin accounts can now view detailed descriptions of the target phonics or spelling pattern for taught words in modules from the Main TTRS Course. The upper or lowercase letter keys introduced are also listed for modules from Levels 1-5.

You can find descriptors next to the module number in the Levels Overview screen or inside the Module Lines Preview window.

Use descriptors to help with targeted spelling or typing practice, and to support a structured, Orton-Gillingham based approach to literacy tuition.

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New
subjects
July 16, 2020

New subject: Dolch words

The Dolch word list is a list of frequently used English words compiled by Edward William Dolch, a major proponent of the "whole-word" method of beginning reading instruction. Type sight words on their own and in sentences to improve reading fluency. These modules are designed with younger learners in mind but can be used by any individual looking to improve recognition of high frequency English vocabulary.

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