What is TTS education?

What is TTS education?

TTS is home to innovative, educational resources. Some say our name stands for Terrific Teaching Solutions… others believe Totally Terrific Savings… and those who say Truly Terrific Stuff have been fans for years! Over 25 years of supplying high quality educational resources to schools and parents across the UK.

What are examples of school resources?

District- or school-sponsored professional development activities.

  • Professional conferences or workshops.
  • Follow-up or ongoing support for training (e.g., coaching, mentoring)
  • College courses.
  • What do you need for school?

    Back To School Basics: The Easy Shopping List

    • Index cards.
    • Lunch box.
    • Sharpie pens.
    • Highlighters.
    • Erasers.
    • Pencil sharpener.
    • Pencils.
    • Ballpoint pens.

    Who uses TTS?

    People with visual and reading impairments were the early adopters of TTS. It makes sense: TTS eases the internet experience for the 1 out of 5 people who have dyslexia, low literacy readers and others with learning disabilities by removing the stress of reading and presenting information in an optimal format.

    What uses TTS?

    Text-to-speech (TTS) is a type of assistive technology that reads digital text aloud. It’s sometimes called “read aloud” technology. TTS can take words on a computer or other digital device and convert them into audio.

    What should I buy before going to school?

    Linens/Laundry Supplies

    • Sheets and pillowcases (2 sets. Check with college for size needed — some college twin beds are extra long.)
    • Towels (3 each of bath, hand and face)
    • Pillows (2)
    • Mattress pad (check with college for size needed)
    • Blankets (2)
    • Comforter/bedspread.
    • Clothes hangers.
    • Laundry bag/basket.

    What is the first year of primary school called?

    Reception is the initial year of primary school.

    Which is the first school for a child’s education?

    Also, family is the first school where children start their initial learning. uncle, aunt, nephew, niece are called secondary relatives.