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Professional Learning Series:

New to Clicker? Needing to broaden skills and increase capacity? Or maybe your team could use a refresh?

Clicker is the award-winning complete literacy toolkit that enables students of all abilities to significantly develop their reading and writing skills.

These sessions are the practical launch point your team needs to take full advantage of the personalized literacy supports in Clicker, and to learn how to apply this powerful tool to whole class instruction, too.

These sessions support educators who are new to Clicker or who haven’t used Clicker recently. Each session builds upon the skills explored during the previous session, so educators can develop their comfort in small chunks.

This series of workshops is delivered online. If your school district or organization is interested in a face-to-face or hybrid model, please contact us. We can design a professional learning program that works best for your team.


Who should attend

  • Special Education Resource Teachers
  • Special Education Teachers
  • Primary classroom teachers
  • Communication Disorder Assistants
  • Educational Assistants
  • Speech and Language Pathologists
  • Consultants/Coaches/support staff for students on the autism spectrum, using AAC, and/or complex learning needs.

Organizational Benefits

  • The creation of activities and resources in Clicker that can be shared across your schools
  • Equip educators with skills and strategies to continue expanding the benefit of Clicker
  • Improve the lives of students with complex learning needs
  • Maximize the investment in the Clicker license
  • Increase capacity of staff

Personal Benefits

  • Development of a personal toolkit of classroom ready skills and resource
  • Gain learnings ready for immediate application
  • Increase confidence in using Clicker
  • Network with other Clicker users to develop a learning community


Length: 90 min session

Discover the activities in Clicker 8 that support reading, writing, listening and speaking.

In this introduction to Clicker 8, educators new to Clicker will learn how to use features to support reading and the writing process across curriculum topics.

Content - What will participants learn?

  • What is Clicker and how it fits in a classroom context
  • The tools and application for diverse learners
  • Document
  • Cloze activities
  • Clicker Board
  • Grid Sets
  • Learning Grids
  • Practice finding, organizing and using pre-made resources including ready-made, accessible books and writing grids
  • Creating a word bank, sentence set or other simple grids from a template
  • Saving and sharing activities in Clicker