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We spoke with Sophie, an elementary school teacher who was using Clicker to support her students with nonfiction writing.


Recently, I had the opportunity to demonstrate to a school the power of Clicker's Word Pool in enhancing inclusivity within their learning environment. By adding words, particularly students' names, to the Word Pool dictionary, educators can ensure that these words are included in spell checks and accurately pronounced when read aloud by Clicker.


I recently ran a webinar on using Clicker as part of your whole class teaching. Clicker is an invaluable support tool, but we recognize that not all schools have the licenses or devices for every student to access Clicker in every lesson.

Joanne Gibbins

The challenges faced by students learning English as an additional language are multi-layered. They are not only learning English but also learning curriculum subjects through English.

Bridget Philpott

We’re thrilled to announce that Clicker has won the “2024 Primary Resource or Equipment – ICT” award at the Education Resources Awards!

Make assessment fun and engaging with Clicker
Bridget Philpott

Make assessment fun and engaging with Clicker

April 24, 2024
by Bridget Griffiths

Having previously taught, I know how important it is to have fun, easy methods for assessing students’ understanding throughout the term - and hopefully avoid any end-of-year surprises!

Gemma Dean

See the training webinars we’re running in May and June!

Bridget Philpott

Barb Lark is a retired speech and language pathologist and assistive technology specialist who is currently volunteering with the Special Education Technology Center (SETC) of Washington. Barb has been using Clicker for many years and recently shared her Clicker success story with us.