Crick Software demonstrating Clicker 7 at the Bett Show05 Dec 2018 Crick Software Ltd
Crick Software’s child-friendly literacy tool, Clicker, is being used in thousands of schools around the world to raise reading and writing standards. Crick will be showcasing the latest version of the software, Clicker 7, at the Bett Show 2019.
Clicker 7 builds on the success of previous versions of this much-loved program and makes it easier than ever for teachers to provide personalised literacy support across the curriculum - from planning, to writing, to proofing.
Pupils will benefit from a variety of exciting new additions to the software: they can use Clicker’s built-in planning tool Clicker Board to help them prepare for writing, Voice Notes to record their ideas or rehearse their sentences, and have their text read back to them in a friendly, realistic child’s voice that they can identify with.
Teachers will love the ease with which they can create and edit new Clicker activities, Word Pool - Clicker’s new tool for targeted spelling interventions - and having instant access to a host of free training materials to help them get started. Pupils at schools purchasing the Clicker 7 Site License will also be able to install Clicker on their home computers for the very first time, giving them access to a consistent level of literacy support wherever they are working.
Those working in special needs settings will view Clicker 7’s enhanced accessibility features as a real highlight. In addition to streamlined switch access and full touch screen compatibility, Crick has added two new access options: eye gaze support and SuperKeys, the company’s unique ‘zoom’ keyboard solution for learners who need bigger target areas.
“The latest version of Clicker is more accessible, user-friendly and customisable than ever before – it’s the complete literacy toolkit for the inclusive classroom,” says Crick Software CEO, John Crick. “We look forward to showing it at the Bett Show 2019!”
For further details on Clicker 7, visit Crick Software on stand POD3 at the Bett Show 2019.