Crick Software blog
To help your pupils get back into writing after the long summer break, check out our newly published ‘First Day at School’ Clicker Set.
A support success story of how DocsPlus’ autosave failsafe came to the rescue for students who had sat their exams.
More fantastic examples from social media of Clicker being used to boost children’s literacy achievements.
My recent article exploring on how technology can help International Schools accommodate their diverse student population's language learning needs has been published in International School Leader Magazine.
Elaine Scougal shared with us a fantastic video of her twin boys using Clicker Sentences to write on their own for the first time!
I'm excited to share this video of an inspirational young lady who used Clicker to unlock her writing talent!
Our Clicker Listen and Say sets are great for English language learners, giving children the chance to listen to new vocabulary and practise it themselves.
Learning times tables is a key numeracy skill for students as it helps develop mental recall and enables learners to solve real life maths problems.
We spoke to Cheryl Gaughan about how Clicker is helping to improve enthusiasm for literacy and giving students a voice.
In my role as International Business Manager, I’m often asked which languages are available in Clicker. I frequently visit international schools that will follow either a UK, US or Indian curriculum, and these schools are reassured to know we localise Clicker for different parts of the world.
Over the past year we have been working with the Investors in the Environment. We are pleased to announce that we have been recognised for our commitment to being a sustainable business with a Bronze Award.
The latest update for the DocsPlus Chromebook app brings it closer in functionality to the desktop version, with new features like the DocReader and Exam Mode.
Storytelling is a great way of getting your pupils actively engaged and motivated in sharing stories with others, so if you’re looking for some inspiration, why not take a look at LearningGrids?
The National Literacy Trust’s latest study, focussing on teachers’ use of technology to support literacy in the classroom, has been published and proves to be a fascinating read.