Tech & Learning, December 21, 2008 Review Put to the Test: Type to Learn 4: Agents of Information
"TTL4 features robust formative assessment and teacher management options tailoring instruction to the needs of individual students. It also offers optional Spanish language support, translating English menus into Spanish."
- Reviewer: Carol Holzberg
Keyboarding Skills Should be Developed at an Early Age
Received a 5-star review in the January/February issue of MultiMedia & Internet@Schools
"It is imperative that today's students learn to type; starting this instruction at an early age helps students avoid developing bad habits. Type to Learn 4 fills a need in this area with exercises that motivate student practice."
- Reviewer: Susan W. Hixson, Educational Consultant
"The accessibility features in Type to Learn 4 make the product very accessible for low vision students. These features enable almost all low vision students to use Type to Learn 4. The program does a great job at supporting this community."
- Bruce McClanahan, WA State School for the Blind
"The new Type to Learn 4 is wonderful. Our students say they enjoy the game aspect of it and have even said the tests are fun. With the addition of captioning, our students have full access to the program. Thanks for making a great program and for making it accessible to hearing-impaired students!"
- Sharee Darcé, Texas School for the Deaf