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Language and Literacy Series: Reclaiming the Joy of Reading in the Age of Distraction
My own love of reading was cultivated in an era with fewer distractions than today. At that time, all of our play was physical and concrete – we played with hands-on toys and games, we rode bicycles and played outside (which held opportunities for all sorts of mischief).
Susan Magsamen
Former Senior Vice President of Early Learning
November 18, 2014
Introducing the HMH Content Manifesto
The sheer quantity of information readily available today is unprecedented and overwhelming. How do we parse out what’s truly quality content? And when it comes to learning tools, how do we even define quality? Does “quality” really matter?
Mary Cullinane
Former Chief Content Officer and Executive Vice President of Product Planning, Development and Marketing
November 11, 2014
Hungry Minds: How Curiosity Drives Young Learners
I recently did a random “man on the street” survey, asking for single-word responses, and found that people associate curiosity with many things.
Susan Magsamen
Former Senior Vice President of Early Learning
November 05, 2014
Why Does Math Matter?
There are many opportunities for students to build critical thinking skills by finding connections between classroom concepts and the “real world.” 
Dr. Mike Heithaus
Dean and Professor, Florida International University, Miami
October 01, 2014
Unleash Your Curiosity This Weekend!
It’s no secret that, here at HMH, we are firm believers in the crucial role of curiosity in lifelong learning. Exemplified by our beloved friend Curious George, the concept reminds us that education is never static.
September 18, 2014
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