Free Trial & Term 4 for FREE!
We invite primary schools to sign up for a free four week trial of TTS Universal – a digital platform and toolbox of applications that help schools manage their online learning environment. TTS Universal works with both Google and Office 365 and offers the following applicatons:
Launchpad, a managed, customisable catalogue of links to educational online resources selected by the school and published to staff and students.
Dashboard, an intuitive and easy to navigate online distribution tool. Manage and view student’s work in the cloud. Provides a simple workflow that assists teachers in a digital classroom environment (launching October 2017).
Folio, is a high quality NZ literacy resource, aligned to the New Zealand curriculum. It has some amazing features that will engage your students, and it provides analytics which means teachers have visibility to the engagement and interactions taken by students with the content.
Key features of Folio include:
- Authentic Aotearoa contexts
- Content aligned to curriculum levels 1-4
- Assign to a class, groups or an individual student
- Dual literacy levels available in most books
- Narration with kiwi voices
- Independent inquiries
- Ability to set activities
- Notes can be added
- Text can be highlighted
- Analytics give teachers visibility to engagement
Watch our video to find out more…
To celebrate the new features launching at uLearn we are also offering Term 4 for FREE for all new TTS Universal customers.
Felicity Boyd of Royal Oak Primary School says “For us, TTS Universal streamlines everything that teachers want students to access online using the Launchpad. It works very well because the format is familiar to all students as they move through the school but at the same time is being adapted to suit their learning needs. The content of the Folio reading programme is excellent. Quality texts suited to NZ classrooms! The ability to assign books and tasks and monitor students’ reading makes it a great programme for independent and guided sessions, with the bonus of students being able to continue their reading at home.”