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New school year resources

New school year resources

Reposted with permission from Crick Software UK Blog Welcome back after the summer holidays! Hopefully, you’re feeling refreshed and ready to face the challenges of the year ahead. We’ve got lots of handy resources to help you and your pupils get back into the swing of things and make a brilliant start to the new school year. Young …

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Creating templates in WriteOnline’s WorkSpace

Creating templates in WriteOnline’s WorkSpace

Reposted with permission from Crick Software UK Blog WriteOnline’s WorkSpace is a graphic organiser tool that enables students to plan their ideas before they begin to write about them. For those pupils who might struggle to get started with planning their thoughts on a blank screen it can be useful to work from a template in the WorkSpace. …

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Using Clicker in secondary school science lessons

Using Clicker in secondary school science lessons

Reposted with permission from Crick Software UK Blog We have a really interesting new success story to finish the term with! Science teacher Jon Hickman works at Kelvin Hall Secondary School in Hull, UK. He has been using Clicker 6 and the Clicker Apps to help students with special needs, and also those learning English as an additional …

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Back to school with Clicker speaking activities

Back to school with Clicker speaking activities

Reposted with permission from Crick Software UK Blog Clicker offers a great way for your pupils to introduce themselves to you, their new teacher – they can record information about themselves which you can listen to with the children or privately. One way of doing it is to use a Talk About activity. To set this up you …

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Using iPads to Support Students Struggling with the Literacy Requirements of Schools and Beyond

Using iPads to Support Students Struggling with the Literacy Requirements of Schools and Beyond

Presentation Handout Greg O’Connor – email: grego@spectronics.com.au Twitter: @gregoconnor Greg’s Literacy Support Apps YouTube Playlist Literacy Support Apps Presentation Resources Reading and access to learning content The presentation explored the built in accessibility features and other settings that provide accommodations for students to access text. As well, a range of additional reading support apps were demonstrated and highlighted. Of course, content can be …

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So much choice with ChooseIt! Maker

So much choice with ChooseIt! Maker

We all know and love ChooseIt!Maker products and enjoy the ease at which we can create activities with photos, symbols, text and sounds to address the curriculum or specific skill areas such as: cause and effect literacy, numeracy and science sound lotto and matching reward music choice boards question and answers comprehension of “wh” questions and concepts problem …

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One stop shop – training and resources for Clicker 6 and Clicker Apps

One stop shop – training and resources for Clicker 6 and Clicker Apps

Training, resource and support options for Clicker products are all over the place! We’ve done all the hard work and gathered them into one spot for you to have easy access. Whether you want to find out more about Clicker 6 the fabulous literacy support software or learn more about the Clicker Apps, there is sure to be a video …

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Universal Design for Learning – Expression

Universal Design for Learning – Expression

Reposted with permission from blog.texthelp.com Over the last couple of weeks I have been focusing on Universal Design for Learning (UDL). This began with a practical overview of the topic, followed by a more detailed post on one of UDL’s guiding principles – Multiple Means of Representation. This week I am continuing the trend by discussing Multiple Means …

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Using Google Forms to Evaluate Progress

Using Google Forms to Evaluate Progress

Reposted with permission from blog.texthelp.com It appears that most schools and universities are back in session by now (unless of course you live near me in KY where schools are still closed due to weather). This means that it’s time to start thinking about what you hope to accomplish between now and the end of the semester. To …

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