Crick Software blog
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.
We recently spoke with Sheila Robertson, Principal Teacher at Wallacestone Primary School, who told us of the immense difference Clicker and the Clicker Apps have made to students at the school.
Sentence Sets in Clicker give children a great opportunity to share what they have learned and develop fundamental writing skills.
We have a brand-new podcast with a focus on using technology to help children develop writing skills throughout the curriculum!
Following on from our success at the Bett Awards in January, we're thrilled to announce that DocsPlus has won the Special Education Resource category at the 2019 ERA Awards!
It is vitally important for schools across the United Arab Emirates to invest in assistive technology to support their student population.
Venn diagrams are a great of helping children to identify similarities, differences and relationships between sets of items.
After its successful announcement at ATIA 2019, Clicker Communicator for Chromebook is now available for purchase from the Chrome Web Store!
We’ve seen some fantastic examples of Clicker and the Clicker Apps being used over the last few months on social media, and want to share them with you!
Black History Month is a time to recognise and celebrate the heritage, accomplishments and culture of African Americans throughout history. Clicker can help you teach your pupils about some of the icons in Black History, as well as their roles in the Civil Rights Movement and their bravery in the fight for equality.
An explanation of the purchasing and licensing options available with our Clicker Apps for Chromebook, for individual users and for all of the users in an entire school.
Returning from ATIA with some fantastic feedback after officially announcing Clicker Communicator for the Chromebook!
Get writing for the BBC Radio 2 "500 Words" short story-writing competition this year with our LearningGrids planning resources.