Formerly known as SpahnKeyboarding, we are a family owned and operated small business specializing in typing instruction while familiarizing students with technology at an early (or any) age. We promote proven tools, techniques, and technologies in order to provide an optimal learning experience.
As parents of neurodiverse children, we are focused on helping children develop and build valuable life skills while having fun. Learning to type is the first step in introducing young minds to the ever-changing world of technology, which in this day and age is a necessity for virtually every career path.
We understand how difficult it is taking time out of your busy schedule to teach your child how to type. There are a million other things that take precedence, like making sure they get to their after-school activities (music lessons, soccer camps, etc.) on time, dinner is on the table, the kids have finished their homework... and the list is never ending. Let us check "Learning how to type" off of the list for you. We will ensure your child learns this valuable skill while having fun in the process!
We can relate to scheduling conflicts and will do our best to accommodate.
Caroline is a co-owner and instructor at True Touch Typing, LLC. She wants to provide opportunities for all young people to experience a skill that helps them reach their potential. She most recently worked in the health care system and coordinated medical education to providers across the state. She worked at the Denver Early Childhood Council in March of 2016 and supervised and supported a team of Quality Improvement Navigators in addition to management of the Race to the Top, Quality Improvement grant program. Caroline managed and was the co-principal investigator for the Denver Preschool Program Child Outcomes Study at Clayton Early Learning in her previous role. She examined children's social-emotional development, early literacy, early math, executive functioning and longitudinal outcomes, and also collaborated on Clayton's Ready to Read evaluation with external partners on the Marsico-Buell Infant Toddler Provider Study. Caroline holds a Master's of Public Health from the University of Colorado, School of Medicine (Colorado School of Public Health) and a second Master's degree in Public Administration from the University of Colorado at Denver (School of Public Affairs). She is also fluent in written and spoken Spanish. Caroline enjoys spending time with her family, dog and chickens.
Erica Di Tirro is a co-owner and instructor of True Touch Typing, LLC. Erica believes that typing skills are not only a fundamental part of academia, but also the building blocks into technology in high school and beyond. Erica's career focus was oriented in data analysis and use of technology to forecast the success of projects in the oil and gas industry. Erica provided support and technical knowledge to domestic and international clients, through data evaluation and analysis. Erica managed development projects in quantitative and qualitative analyses for improved timeliness and efficiency which provided accurate data reporting. Erica has taught a summer math program for children and enjoys sharing knowledge with future generations. Erica holds a Master's Degree in Business from the University of Colorado at Denver and a Master's Degree in Petroleum Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. She is also fluent in written and spoken Spanish. Erica enjoys reading and loves spending time with her family.
Class sizes are at most 6 students with 2 teachers. A session is 5 weeks in length with two classes per week and each classes is 60 minutes. See our class schedule for more information.
Yes! We offer a $100 discount for each sibling which can be used at the same time or even at a later date with no time limit!
We accept all major debit/credit cards, checks and Zelle.
We will grant course registration refunds on a case-by-case basis prior to the beginning of the first class of the session. Please understand that when you enroll your student in a class, you are reserving a slot in that program that could be filled by other students. As a result, your payment for enrolling in the program is necessary to reserve a slot and will be retained by True Touch Typing unless circumstances warrant a change that is agreed upon by the enrollee and True Touch Typing.
In the event a facility is closed due to inclement weather, maintenance, or another reason, classes will continue on the next class period and we will try to incorporate the missed class into the remaining classes in order for all students to finish on the set date. If we need to add a day to the schedule, the additional class is subject to availability, as solely determined by True Touch Typing.
You can always connect with the True Touch Typing team any time by emailing us at email@example.com