Crick Software blog

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Toni Caggiano

Crick Software believes in the UDL (Universal Design for Learning) framework, and we always take this into account when designing our LearningGrids resources.

Ben Tookey

Preparing for a new school year

September 5th, 2017
by Ben Tookey

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.

Ann Crick

Talk Sets for Science

August 29th, 2017
by Ann Crick

A useful way to enable children to show their understanding in science is to use Clicker Talk Sets.

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Jordan Butel

Listen and Say with a twist

August 15th, 2017
by Jordan Butel

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.

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Toni Caggiano

DocsPlus Dyslexie settings

August 8th, 2017
by Toni Caggiano

Looking to support older learners with dyslexia? DocsPlus can help you do just that!

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Tania Johnston

Whether you are using Clicker to learn about the parts of the body or DocsPlus to write about the skeleton or Clicker Communicator to talk about the five senses, LearningGrids has something for you.

Ciara O'Sullivan

Clicker 7 for older learners

March 21st, 2017
by Ciara O'Sullivan

When I first began working for Crick Software last summer, I was instantly impressed with how customisable Clicker 7 is. Although used mainly in primary schools, there are so many ways to tweak Clicker 7 to suit older learners.