Crick Software blog
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.
Our technical support staff play a vital role in helping schools to get up and running with our software and are always on hand if you need some advice during your subscription. We’re delighted to welcome three new members to the team!
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.
During a recent training session, staff were particularly interested to find out how you could use Clicker to support English learners.
Many of our customers purchase Site Licenses and want to find out the easiest way to install the software on numerous Windows devices.
All of us in the Crick Curriculum Team are very excited that Clicker Board is now available within our Clicker Writer app. This means that our iPad and Chromebook users now have access to the fantastic planning tool and the free Clicker Board resources on LearningGrids.
Recently, we ran a training webinar focusing on how Clicker can be used with early readers and writers.
As I’m sure you are already aware, WorkSpace – our intuitive planning tool – is now built in to the DocsPlus app. This is particularly exciting news for us on the Curriculum Team here at Crick, as it means that our iPad and Chromebook users have access to this fantastic tool – as well as hundreds of ready-made free WorkSpace resources on LearningGrids!
During a chat with one of the schools I work with, they mentioned how much value one of their teachers was getting from our Figurative Language resources on LearningGrids.
If you’re using Clicker on a Chromebook, take a look at the image below. Does this appear when you open a Clicker App?