Texthelp and friends at #FETC 2019

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It’s very nearly that time again as the Texthelp world tour brings us ever closer to Florida for FETC 2019! Taking place from January 27 - 30, FETC is packed full of cutting edge tech, as well as future-facing seminars and talks from seasoned educators to CEOs. If you’re heading along and want to learn more about Texthelp, our products, or what to check out during the conference, here’s a guide you can use as a helpful itinerary for your visit!

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Texthelp at #Bett2019

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If you’re planning on attending BETT and want to learn more about Texthelp or our products, here is a helpful guide to all of the Texthelp activities - including our recommended sessions. 

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What's the WriQ score?

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WriQ® is Texthelp’s newest Google Chrome extension designed to help teachers assess student writing in Google Docs. 

While the extension is new, WriQ itself has been around for over 2 years as an Add-on for  Google Docs. Thanks to feedback from thousands of users, WriQ has been completely re-written as a Google extension to provide more flexibility, features, and a better experience for users. 

Something new to the WriQ extension that was not part of the Add-on is the WriQ score. The WriQ score is meant to provide a meaningful number to help teachers know how well their students are writing by taking into account several useful metrics along with a national norms comparison. 

Keep reading to learn how the score is calculated… 

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Introducing Rubrics for WriQ!

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Over the Summer last year Texthelp started about creating a new vision for writing support software. We wanted to develop a product that would allow teachers to easily assess student writing, track progress over time, and eventually provide access to a new writing metric that could help teachers identify how well a student’s writing is progressing, and be able to easily compare it to others in the school, district, or even state.

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