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A content program is a collection of related items. For example a colors identification programs would have items of red, green, blue, and so on. Most programs have between 10 and 100 items. We are constantly expanding our list of content programs, and appreciate any suggestions for content that you would like to see in the DT Trainer. Our recently added content programs are listed below.

In order to obtain the new content programs, you will need to upgrade to DT Trainer version 2.2 or newer and use the new built-in auto-update feature. Click here to update.

Content Programs Released on 12/3/2010:

Classify-Exclusions1 – Drill & practice in recognition of similar attributes in a given group of items and using this information to select an object that does not belong in a given category (includes size, shape, color).

Match-Nums0to20 – Drill & practice in matching standard form of numbers from zero to twenty. Students are given visual and verbal cues.

Math-ConvertDecimalToFraction-L3 – Identify the fraction that is equivalent to the written decimal. Units represented are 1/2, 1/3, 2/3, 1/4, 3/4, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5. Decimals are written to the hundredths place value (e.g., .5 is shown as .50).

Math-ConvertFractionToDecimal-L3 – Identify the decimal that is equivalent to the written fraction. Units represented are 1/2, 1/3, 2/3, 1/4, 3/4, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5. Decimals are written to the hundredths place value (e.g., .5 is shown as .50).

Math-ConvertFractionToPieChart – Identify the piechart that corresponds to the written fraction. Units represented are 1/2, 1/3, 2/3, 1/4, 3/4, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5.

Math-ConvertPieChartToFraction – Identify the fraction that corresponds to the shaded portions of a given pie chart. Units represented are 1/2, 1/3, 2/3, 1/4, 3/4, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5.

Money-US CtsFrom2Coins – Drill & practice in adding up two coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). The image of two coins and a verbal command is given to find the correct amount of money (from 6 cents to 35 cents). After selecting the correct amount, a verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of the coins moving as they are counted to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed “heads up”.

Money-US CtsFrom3Coins – Drill & practice in adding up three coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). The image of three coins and a verbal command is given to find the correct amount of money (7 cents to 60 cents). After selecting the correct answer, a verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of the coins moving as they are counted to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed “heads up”.

Money-US CtsFrom4Coins – Drill & practice in adding up four coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). The image of four coins and a verbal command is given to find the correct amount of money (8 cents to 85 cents). After selecting the correct answer, a verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of the coins moving as they are counted to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed “heads up”.

Money-US CtsFrom5Coins – Drill & practice in adding up five coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). The image of five coins and a verbal command is given to find the correct amount of money (9 cents to 110 cents). After selecting the correct answer, a verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of the coins moving as they are counted to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed “heads up”.

Money-US CtsFromDimes – Drill & practice in determining the value of a given set of dimes. An image of coins are shown with the student choosing the correct amount to equal this value. Amounts proceed from 10¢ to 100¢ (also recognized as one dollar).

Money-US CtsFromNickels – Drill & practice in determining the value of a given set of nickels. An image of coins are shown with the student choosing the correct written amount to equal this value. Amounts proceed from 5¢ to 50¢.

Money-US CtsFromPennies – Drill & practice in determining the value of a given set of pennies. An image of coins are shown with the student choosing the correct written amount to equal this value. Amounts proceed from 1¢ to 10¢.

Content Programs Released on 3/9/2010:

Match-Animals-Farm – Match identical pictures of farm animals.

Match-Animals-FarmFromWords – Student is asked to select photograph of a farm animal from given written word.

Match-Animals-FarmToWords – Drill & practice in matching images of farm animals to corresponding words.

Match-Animals-Wild – Match identical pictures of wild animals.

Match-Animals-WildFromWords – Student is asked to select photograph of a wild animal from given word.

Match-Animals-WildToWords – Drill & practice in matching images of wild animals to corresponding words.

Match-BodyPartsFromWords – Drill & practice in matching words to corresponding images of body parts.

Match-BodyPartsToWords – Drill & practice in matching images of body parts to corresponding words.

Match-ColorsAndShapes – Drill & practice in matching pictures with the same features (shape and color)

Match-ColorsAndShapesFromWords – Drill & practice in matching words to the corresponding pictures of colored shapes.

Match-ColorsAndShapesToWords – Drill & practice in matching pictures of colored shapes to the corresponding words.

Match-ColoursAndShapes – Drill & practice in matching pictures with the same features (shape and colour)

Match-ColoursAndShapesFromWords – Drill & practice in matching words to the corresponding pictures of coloured shapes.

Match-ColoursAndShapesToWords – Drill & practice in matching pictures of coloured shapes to the corresponding words.

Match-FamilyMembers – Drill and practice matching the correct photograph of family member(s).

Match-Foods-FruitFromWords – Student is asked to select photograph of fruit from given word. Most fruits are singular, but some plurals are included. Distracters are photographs of other fruits.

Match-Foods-FruitToWords – Student is asked to select a word for a given photograph of fruit. Most fruits are singular, but some plurals are included. Distracters are photographs of other fruits.

Match-Money-CA – Match identical pictures of Canadian money. Items extend from “penny” to “50 dollar bill”. “Heads” side of coins visable.

Match-Money-US – Match identical pictures of U.S. Money. Items extend from “penny” to “100 dollar bill”. Excluded items are 50¢ coin and $2 dollar bill. “Heads” side of coins visable.

Match-Shapes – Drill & practice in matching identical basic shapes, including 2D and 3D shapes.

Match-ShapesFromWords – Student is asked to select an image of a shape from given word.

Match-ShapesToWords – Student is asked an image of a shape to a given word.

RC-ColorOfObject-L2 – images – Student is asked to select a color image to match the color of object in a 4-word sentence.

RC-ColorOfObject-L3 – Student is asked to select the color word to match the color of object in a given 4-word sentence.

RC-ColorOfObject-L4 – Student is asked to select the color word to match the color of a named object in one of two given 4-word sentences.

RC-ColourOfObject-L2-images – Student is asked to select a color image to match the colour of object in a 4-word sentence.

RC-ColourOfObject-L3 – Student is asked to select the colour word to match the colour of object in a given 4-word sentence.

RC-ColourOfObject-L4 – Student is asked to select the colour word to match the colour of a named object in one of two given 4-word sentences.

SS-USStatesFromShapes – Student is asked to select correct state for the given shape.

SS-USStatesToShapes – Student is asked to select correct shape for the state named.

Content Programs Released on 11/3/2009

Count-Balloons1 1-10 FrNums – The student selects the image displaying the correct number corresponding to the given number 1 to 10. The balloons are organized to promote counting by vertical groups. The concept reinforcement also demonstrates this stratagy of counting. This is the opposite program from the Count-Balloons1 1-10 ToNums.

Count-Balloons1 1-10 ToNums – The student selects the number corresponding to the number of balloons in the stimulus image from 1 to 10. The balloons are organized to promote counting by vertical groups. The concept reinforcement also demonstrates this stratagy of counting. This is the opposite program from the Count-Balloons1 1-10 FrNums.

Count-Balls1 1-10 FrNums – The student selects the image displaying the correct number corresponding to the given number 1 to 10. The balls are organized to promote counting by horizontal groups. The concept reinforcement also demonstrates this stratagy of counting. This is the opposite program from the Count-Balls1 1-10 ToNums.

Count-Balls1 1-10 ToNums – The student selects the number corresponding to the number of soccer balls in the stimulus image from 1 to 10. The balls are organized to promote counting by horizontal groups. The concept reinforcement also demonstrates this stratagy of counting. This is the opposite program from the Count-Balls1 1-10 FrNums.

Count-Fingers 1-10 – Student is verbally asked to select the picture with a number of raised fingers from one to ten.

Count-Pegs 1-4 – Student is verbally asked to select the picture with a number of colored pegs from one to four on a two by two board. The position of the pegs is randomized by default to aid in teaching the concept of numbers rather than position.

Ident-FamilyMembers – Student is asked to choose the correct photograph of a family member to match a verbal request. Family members included are: parents, family,children, mother, father, brother, sister, grandparents, grandmother, grandfather, extended family, wife, husband, son, daughter, grandchildren, grandson, granddaughter.

Match-Balloons1 1-10 – Drill & practice in matching images of 1 -10 balloons.

Match-Balls1 1-10 – Drill & practice in matching images of 1 to 10 balls.

Match-Clock-5 Mins – Given a time, the student will match the correct clock face. Clocks display 5 minute units of time,but exclude times covered in the other time programs, and vary from total to random through a 12 hour sequence.

Match-Clock-Half Hrs – Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Clocks display 30 minute units of time, but do not cover even hours as they are covered in the hours program.

Match-Clock-Hrs – Given a time, the student will match the correct clock face. Clocks display 60 minute (1 hr.) units of time, (1 o’clock through 12 o’clock).

Match-Clock-Qtr Hrs – Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Clocks diplay fifteen minute units of time, but exclude times covered in the hours and the half hours time programs.

Match-Colors1 – Drill & practice in matching colors (11 colors).

Match-Colors1FromWords – Drill & practice in matching words to their corresponding color sample. (11 colors).

Match-Colors1ToWords – Drill & practice in matching color samples to their corresponding words (11 colors).

Match-Digital Time-5 Mins – Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Digital clocks display 5 minute units of time, but exclude times covered in the other time programs, and vary from total to random through a 12 hour sequence.

Match-Digital Time-Half Hrs – Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Digital clocks display 30 minute units of time, but do not cover even hours as they are covered in the hours program.

Match-Digital Time-Hrs – Given a time, the student will match the correct clock face. Clocks display 60 minute units of time (1 o’clock through 12 o’clock).

Match-Digital Time-Qtr Hrs – Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Clocks display fifteen minute units of time, but exclude times covered in the hours and the half hours time programs.