Crick Software blog
We’re looking for adventure-loving pupils of all ages and writing levels to join this year’s Clicker Summer Story Share.
I had a Customer Care meeting recently with a school who wanted to expand their use of Clicker across the curriculum. I showed them that we have lots of resources for cross-curriculum literacy on LearningGrids. Many of these can be found in the English subject area of LearningGrids.
We’re excited to offer a new app to Clicker subscribers: Clicker Books! This brings all the features of Clicker Books in Clicker 8 to iPad and Chromebook users.
Here at Crick, we’ve all been working hard to get ready for the launch of Clicker Books for iPad and Chromebook. Now it’s here with beautiful illustrations and a huge range of resources, I can’t wait to share what’s in store for you and your learners.
Carol Allen is an Education Advisor specialising in ICT and Inclusion, having taught in both mainstream schools and schools for students with severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties. In this powerful guest post, Carol explores the unique challenges that schools are currently facing, and what they can do to help everyone in their community flourish.
We have another full schedule of webinars lined up for you this term, including some great training sessions for Clicker users - read on to find out more!
Let’s take a closer look at the new Planet Wobble Books … The three new stories involve the Planet Wobble characters having an adventure or solving a problem - they are ideal for readers aged 5-7.
Earlier this term, my daughter brought home a list of Year 1 common exception words that her school would like us to practise spelling with her.
We recently received a wonderful Clicker success story from Marianne Baird who is the Assistant Headteacher and SENCo at Sunny Bank Primary School.
Recently, I was in conversation with the lead psychologist of a group of schools, who wanted to know how Clicker could help with metacognition.
In a recent conversation with an assistive technology specialist in the USA, the topic of worksheets came up.
When teaching children with spelling difficulties, we can't use a “one size fits all” approach. So, I have highlighted a few ways that Clicker tools and resources can be used to give these children personalised tasks and support, enabling them to experience success.
Last year, I shared some information about the great Clicker resources Call Scotland created with the Scottish Book Trust.