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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

FREE Webinar on Clicker apps - TODAY! (and again in May...)


From: April 08, 2014
To: April 08, 2014


Combining classic Clicker features with the latest classroom technology, our Clicker Apps give your students access to proven literacy support tools developed specifically for the iPad. Each app focuses on one key aspect of Clicker 6 and has a child-friendly, designed-for-touch interface appropriate for learners across the elementary age range.

During this free 1 hour web session, our Education Consultant will demonstrate:

  • Clicker Sentences - Understanding sentences and how they work is animportant part of early literacy. If you are working with emergent writers, English language learners, or older children struggling to acquire basic literacy skills, Clicker Sentences will enable them to produce work they can be proud of while learning the key skills necessary for independent writing.
  • Clicker Docs - Clicker Docs transforms the iPad into a portable elementary word processor! Watch your students’ skills and confidence grow as they use the range of writing support tools offered in the app to create accurate, flowing documents.
  • Clicker Connect - A perfect ‘next step’ for Clicker Sentences users, Clicker Connect provides students with clusters of words, phrases, and/or pictures to help them build coherent text.
The webinar will take place from 3:30 – 4:30 pm Eastern (12:30-1:30 Pacific).
If you can't participate today, this webinar will be reprised on May 29th. 
MORE free Clicker webinars are available. CLICK HERE to read more...

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