Crick Software blog
The National Literacy Trust’s latest study, focusing on teachers’ use of technology to support literacy in the classroom, has been published and proves to be a fascinating read.
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!
Returning from ATIA with some fantastic feedback after officially announcing Clicker Communicator for the Chromebook!
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" behaviors experienced in a busy classroom can have the same origin.
Victoria Crivelli, who has been a specialist Dyslexia teacher for over 30 years, explores the support our new writing tool for middle and high schools, DocsPlus, offers learners with dyslexia:
Recently, June Howard (Teaching Assistant at Hyde School) sent us a message to share how Clicker has made a world of difference to an eighth grade student she works with...
With school budgets often stretched thin, finding the funding to purchase special education software can be challenging. But grants can make it possible—if you know where to look.
At Great Barr Primary School, students with cerebral palsy have been using Clicker 7 to become more independent writers. Special Education Coordinator, Sarah Haywood, shared with us the impact the program has had on her learners...
A lot of teachers have been asking us for an app that combines the power of Clicker with symbols. We’ve been working on this for a while and are now very excited to announce the launch of Clicker Connect SymbolStix!
Clicker Communicator, our AAC iPad App, can also be used to interact with virtual assistants. This would enable users who find it difficult or impossible to communicate verbally to take control of their environment...
Recently, while training a school on DocsPlus, the teachers and I were discussing strategies for supporting learners on the structure of their writing - as well as the content.
Recently I visited a very inspiring school for the deaf, where I demonstrated some of the ways in which Clicker can support its learners.
I joined Crick Software in 2005 and up until this Summer, my focus has been on working with schools in the UK. I now work with International Schools and our partners across the globe.