Improve student outcomes with fully personalized learning
From the earliest years of K-12 schooling and into higher education, development of strong writing skills can be a major challenge for students and teachers.
Time and workload place an incredible burden on educators, making it hard to give the necessary feedback and encouragement to each and every learner. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Favored by thousands of authors and professional editors across the globe, the AutoCrit editing suite is the ideal tool to help any school’s writing curriculum deliver best possible outcomes across the board.
AutoCrit acts as a personal tutor for students no matter their current level – providing simple yet powerful guidance that highlights strengths and tackles weaknesses on an individual basis, opening up the teacher’s time so they can focus on those most in need of direct assistance.
The easy way to think like an author
Using clear and accessible on-screen guidance, AutoCrit highlights points of improvement in every student’s writing and provides a thorough explanation of why these stylistic elements are important in English literature.
The basics of spelling & grammar are covered with a fully integrated grammar checker, but AutoCrit doesn’t stop there. In addition, more than 20 individual reports tackle every aspect of proficient writing including:
And many more.
Going a giant leap further than any of its competition, AutoCrit is the only online writing and editing suite built from the ground up using data from real, published books.
This means students and teachers can compare how they write to the established standards of specific genres and the styles of powerhouse authors, including:
Because of this, students are free to explore their own approach to writing and quickly develop the confidence and motivation to think like an author – independently, creatively, and without needing major intervention from teachers.
Furthermore, AutoCrit’s unique Summary Score makes it the ideal way for students and teachers to track progress and ensure consistent improvement.
As their score increases, writers of any ability can instantly see the results of their revision and develop a deeper understanding of the impact of their changes. Teachers can remain confident that even while students enjoy greater independence, the right progress is still being made.
Whether it’s trimming unnecessary filler words and waffle, making better word choices for readability or removing repetitive sentences, students rapidly get to grips with better writing in an involving and innovative way that reflects real-world standards.
“AutoCrit is simply the best editing software on the planet! I genuinely think this is the best online software for writers at any stage in their career.”
Freelance Editor and Author
Get going with zero disruption
With our bulk licensing options, adding AutoCrit to your school’s tool kit is quick and painless.
Whether you want enough licenses to cover a single department’s teachers or access for each student in a particular class, we’re flexible enough to give you a tailored quotation.
Even better, bringing AutoCrit to school requires absolutely no additional hardware setup or confusing software installation.
Since AutoCrit runs online, all you need is a computer with an active internet connection. As long as they have a login assigned to them, students can even continue their work independently at home.
We understand that every institution has different needs. You might need to give five people access to AutoCrit, or 50, or even 500 – and we’re more than happy to help.
The greater your user base, the higher the discount we can offer per license. Just click the button below to send us a message via chat and we’ll get you moving with a fully custom quote.
A host of benefits for all ages
Throughout Upper Elementary and Middle School years, teachers are often faced with a ride range of student abilities. Juggling these can be frustrating, especially when many students of this age find it hard to truly understand why they should be motivated to write.
AutoCrit’s engaging guidance and Summary Score feedback help encourage young learners to stay invested in their 6+1 traits progress, through a rewarding positive feedback loop.
AutoCrit also makes for an ideal partner in homeschooling. From the simplest writing concepts to the deeper intricacies of literature, both parents and independent tutors are empowered with the perfect teaching tool.
Families can rest assured that children at any level of writing ability receive both the support and the challenge they need to grow and excel while being homeschooled.
High school students are definitely more confident… but are they making the right choices in their edits?
AutoCrit helps teachers highlight specific needs more easily and offers students the independence to tackle those needs while demonstrating clear progress.
Independence fosters student investment by making them feel more empowered as they learn. AutoCrit acts as a teaching assistant that allows students to think more critically and carefully about their words – and grow into focused, quality writers.
In higher education, clarity of style and a thorough understanding of writing conventions are essential. Papers, reports, dissertations – all are a part of life at college or university.
Creative writing departments can use AutoCrit’s focus on published novels to offer their potential graduates a best-in-class writing education that truly prepares them for the real world.
With AutoCrit’s help, other disciplines can ensure all student writing is delivered in a format that’s clear, concise, and thoroughly readable – lifting frustration and effort from both students and faculty.
“Thanks to AutoCrit for Education, I was able to instantly give my elementary writers targeted, specific, feedback in a fraction of the time it normally takes me to read and comment on each writing. It also allowed me to prepare for writing conferences with students in record time. It is an absolute must-have for any writing teacher who values helping their students think like an author.”
Grade 3-5 ELA, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania