Crick Software blog
I’ve just returned to the UK following a short trip to the Middle East. During the trip, I visited International Schools in Qatar, Dubai, and Abu Dhabi – running training and demonstration sessions on Clicker 7.
While the concept of thin client networks has been around for decades, they’ve been relatively unused by schools in the past.
We’re very excited to announce that Clicker 7 is a Bett Awards finalist in the ‘Special Educational Needs’ category.
We have recently published a series of Clicker resources that are designed to help students use adjectives to create oral descriptions of people, places, or objects from traditional stories.
A study has recently been undertaken by Angus Council across eight of its primary schools to investigate the impact of using Clicker 7 to support writing.
Every September, Apple releases a major upgrade to the iOS software that runs on iPhones and iPads across the world.
We have recently published a group of Canadian Clicker Sets that were made in collaboration with Special Education Technology – British Columbia.
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.
It’s the start of a new school year – time to get to know your new class. Younger learners can use our latest Clicker Board Set This Is Me to tell you all about themselves.
Crick Software believes in the UDL (Universal Design for Learning) framework, and we always take this into account when designing our LearningGrids resources.
As the new school year approaches, it’s a good time to audit your software licenses and consider whether they need to be moved around.
At a recent training session, a teacher showed me a really interesting way that they are utilizing Clicker to support new students at their school.