Sunday, May 20, 2007

Clicker 5

On Thursday the postman delivered Clicker 5 to my door. I spent a frustrating couple of evenings trying to figure out why everyone said it was so easy before I discovered a few online tutorials. The video ones at Kent School and Atomic Learning were particularly helpful. Crick Software, Call Centre and Kent School have nice print tutorials too.

Once I got a hang of the basics making activities was easy. I even uploaded a unit on jobs for older learners with special needs and a few other activities to Learning Grids is an online resource of Clicker grids that others have made to share. There are quite a few activities here to check out.

I have also found a few sites (besides learning grids) that have activities to download:

I am pretty excited to try these lessons out with my students tomorrow. I will write another review or two as I experiment more.

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