Writing software teaches students how to correct their own mistakes
Programs also give teachers feedback on their students’ improvement
By Jenna Zwang, Assistant EditorRead more by Jenna Zwang
Students struggling with writing tend to fall behind in multiple disciplines; however, it can be hard to correct their writing behavior effectively on an individual basis. That’s where software programs such as SAS Curriculum Pathways’ Writing Reviser come in, users say. “One of the things that we’d been hearing from teachers was that writing skills, particularly the review process, and getting students to understand the revision process was a skill that a lot of students struggled with,” said SAS Curriculum Pathways director Bruce Friend. Read more with registration.