Using technology to help you provide better feedback to students

Educo360, Inc. is a group of educators with the singular focus of maximizing the educational interactions between students and teachers. All of our employees have classroom experience and, as such, have the insight into the challenges associated with delivering a positive educational experience for our students. 

Our Focus

  • Student-teacher interaction
  • Innovation and insight
  • User-centered design

Grade papers faster with GradeAssist

GradeAssist is an innovative software program that works as an add-in on either Microsoft® Word® (for PC) or Adobe® Acrobat® Reader® DC (for PC and Mac). Choose from hundreds of standardized comments, organized into relevant grading categories, to more efficiently and clearly grade papers and give feedback. Grade papers with GradeAssist in as little as half the time. GradeAssist is fully customizable, but it is not an automatic grader. (See About GradeAssist for more information.)

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GradeAssist for APA helps students master the intricacies of APA Style and supports the development of important critical-thinking and writing skills.


Created for professors whose students use the Modern Language Association's Style Manual for their academic writing.

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GradeAssist for Turabian draws on both Kate L. Turabian’s Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations and the latest edition of the Chicago Manual of Style. For professors who require students to use Turabian/Chicago rules, the more than 700 standardized comments will dramatically improve grading productivity and efficiency and help students develop the critical thinking and writing skills needed to succeed at the college level.


Created for professors who want to provide excellent formative instruction and detailed feedback on students' writing but don’t require the use of a particular writing style.



GradeAssist in Spanish is for professors who want to provide formative instruction and helpful feedback on students' writing. 

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