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Did you know that it was 120 years ago that Orville and Wilbur Wright made their first flight? On LearningGrids, we have Clicker resources to help your students learn the science behind flying and to commemorate Wright Brothers Day on December 17th.
Recently, we spoke with a teacher who said that one of their favourite features of Clicker is that you can quickly turn a Clicker Board into a Word Bank!
How can Clicker help some of our youngest writers to accurately portray their understanding in the core subjects?
Before the end of the academic year, we spoke with Helen Pearce and Gabrielle Deed from the Learning Pathways Academy Trust in the UK to hear how Clicker has impacted their teaching and learning.
What will you be doing this Halloween – carving pumpkins, making costumes, trick-or-treating? Be sure to add reading and writing with Clicker to that list!
Number tiles offer a multisensory approach to learning mathematical concepts. The new Number Tiles resources on LearningGrids complement the use of practical apparatus and can enhance your learners' early number and calculating skills.
Recently, we have been speaking with schools to find out how they are using Clicker in a school-wide approach to learning support.
Anchor charts can be a valuable tool to support learning in the classroom. They are used to capture and reinforce important information from a lesson.
In a recent conversation with a school, science came up as a subject that teachers were keen to discuss. Particularly how students of differing reading/writing abilities can successfully discuss and record the same science investigation.
We recently ran a webinar focusing on using Clicker to support students writing their own stories. I’ve gathered some of the ideas and resources we shared here.
For a lot of children, summer vacation means a break from the stresses of school. But a change to the normal routine can bring other challenges for many children. Clicker is a good tool to use to check in with a child to see how they are doing.
Getting students to write confidently within a range of nonfiction genres is no easy task. But our set of WorkSpace planners for DocsPlus on LearningGrids could be just what you’re looking for if you have students starting out or struggling with writing nonfiction text types.
We recently ran a webinar focusing on approaches you can take to introduce Clicker to students. I’ve gathered some of the ideas we shared here.
Let’s explore how our Great Barrier Reef Clicker resources can be used to develop students’ understanding of the importance, beauty, and threats faced by this spectacular underwater world.