Advocacy of robo-readers hasn’t won the debate — it still misses the main point
Improving Education Environments
AUGUST 14, 2014
The software was developed to meet assessment needs in a manner that notes ease, economy and standardization. Looking strictly at 3x more words and seemingly more engagement from student writers gives the impression of a successful software system that can solve a largesse in student writing ( 24% of students meet government proficiency levels ), but it ignores the larger problem: we view writing as a skill-based proficiency rather than as a form of human communication.