The ubiquitous Clicker program

10th September 2004 at 01:00
Inspiring US teachers at NECC were two of the software houses at the heart of the UK's renaissance in educational software - Crick (creators of the ubiquitous Clicker program) and 2Simple (review of the excellent 2Calculate on page 25). Their stands were regularly packed. In educational software's version of the Beatles at Shea stadium, Offline witnessed John Crick being mobbed by enthusiastic teachers to autograph their software packages as he tried to have a quiet drink at the Funky Pirate blues bar on Bourbon Street in the heart of the French Quarter. Yes, it's true.

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