Keyboarding is such a vital skill to learn in today’s world, it’s important that schools and districts understand the importance of teaching keyboarding.
If you haven’t heard about Florida’s recent overhaul of their standardized testing, we think it’s important to know that among the various changes being made,
Type to Learn has partnered with Clever to offer rostering and single sign on integration with the Type to Learn app.
Type to Learn is a typing program that provides an ELL/ESL setting for Spanish speaking students so they can better practice their typing skills.
Type to Learn 4 is an old version of our new cloud-based Type to Learn program. Sunburst Digital no longer provides or supports the TTL4 program.
Type to Learn is proud to announce that they have signed the Project Unicorn EdTech Vendor pledge, advocating for student data interoperability, security and privacy.
When comparing Type to Learn to free typing program, remember these five features of Type to Learn you won’t find with a free typing program.
Common core standards indicate students must demonstrate sufficient command of keyboarding skills to type a minimum of two pages in a single sitting, before the end of 5th grade.