Crick Software blog
Welcome to a new school year! Getting back into routines after the summer break can be a challenge, so here are some easy ideas for building relationships with new students and making a positive start to the semester.
The lead-up to the start of a new school year is a great time to audit your software licenses so you don’t run into problems later.
We're often asked by schools how they can incorporate visuals in Clicker to support their learners. Children with a range of needs can benefit from using visuals. Here are some of the different ways you can use visuals in Clicker.
We’ve recently added a K-W-L chart on LearningGrids. These are a great way to engage students in a new topic – helping them to recall knowledge, develop a purpose for learning, and track their progress.
Clicker 8 can accommodate any type of keyboard layout you want to create and use. Here's how you can create a new keyboard with the letters grouped in alphabetical order.
We recently spoke with Ellie Bennett about how they’ve been using Clicker to support children at Gorseland Primary School and the amazing progress they’ve made with their writing.
A customer recently contacted me asking about Clicker resources that they could use with children studying Shakespeare. We have lots of resources on the topic of Macbeth and it’s easy to create even more...
There’s been much talk lately of switching on closed captioning in television shows and movies to boost children’s reading skills. Here at Crick, we are number one fans of the multi-sensory approach to literacy.
A summary of our time-saving training resources which will enable you and your staff to become confident Clicker users.
We were recently asked about using DocsPlus to support students in Vocational Programs. With Wordbars to support structured written work and WorkSpaces to organize ideas and plan for writing, it’s certainly a great program to support your students.
While researching for webinars and training sessions, I came across an article on the benefits of using different senses to aid vocabulary development and how this can be beneficial for younger learners and English language learners. While reading the article, I was inspired by all the ways Clicker could be used to support this.