Crick Software blog
Using Clicker outside of the traditional classroom to enhance students' learning and understanding of their local environment.
I have created a short video to show how the Build a Snowman Sequencing set can be extended to support instruction writing, making use of the great features in Clicker Board.
The Dunnottar School and Vocational Centre in Castries caters for over one-hundred students with special educational needs. For the past six years, Kate McKay has been volunteering a month at a time at the school as well as helping to raise funds for them. In a first for the Caribbean, Kate introduced Clicker to their classroom and it has made an immense difference to the students’ writing and self-esteem.
Mada Assistive Technology Center officially launched Clicker 7 Arabic at an event on the 7th November 2018.
As we move towards a greater understanding of the effects that anxiety can have on our physiological, psychological and social well-being, we see that many of the ‘difficult’ behaviours experienced in a busy classroom can have the same origin.
At a recent Clicker training session with a school, the staff and I were discussing labelling activities, and I showed them how you could create these using Clicker Board.
Earlier this year we announced the release of a full Arabic translation of our award-winning literacy software - Clicker 7...
I really enjoyed last week’s episode of Doctor Who, which celebrated the story of Rosa Parks and her impact on the civil rights movement in the US.
Recently, we spoke to Rachel Hinds, Head of Inclusion at Al Bateen Academy in Abu Dhabi. When she moved from teaching primary to teaching secondary, Rachel was looking for a more ‘grown up’ version of Clicker to support students with special needs and provide more affordable exam access arrangements.
It is really important that children learn how to read and spell the common words (often called high-frequency or sight words) that make up a large proportion of the words they will see and use most often in their everyday reading and writing...