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Going to NCEA? See what we've got planned.
This year at the National Catholic Educational Association Convention, HMH marks its 80th year as a proud NCEA partner. Preview this year's topical conference sessions and engaging booth activities.
Shaped Staff
March 16, 2017
Planning Ahead for Summer School: Strategies for Accelerating English Learners' Growth
Dr. Elena Izquierdo discusses the importance of maintaining English learners' progress in language proficiency and presents strategies for keeping them motivated and engaged with academic language in summer school.
Elena Izquierdo, Ph.D.
Author, Escalate English, Associate Professor, Dual Language Education / Biliteracy / ELL Education, University of Texas, El Paso
March 15, 2017
Growth Mindset: Essential, but There's More to Learning
Dr. Dockterman, Chief Architect of Learning Sciences at HMH and Senior Fellow with ICLE, explains how three learning mindsets drive the behavior that fuel performance.
David Dockterman, Ed.D.
Program Consultant, Growth Mindset
March 08, 2017
Make Summer Learning a Funding Priority
Summer school programs afford districts the critical opportunity to raise academic outcomes for low-achieving students. So how can you ensure that the appropriate funding is earmarked for your summer learning resources? HMH Director of RFP Content & Funding Nancy Slaughter explains.
Nancy Slaughter
Former Director of RFP Content and Funding, HMH
March 02, 2017
Icons & Inspiration: The History of George Orwell’s "Nineteen Eighty-Four"
Did you know that HMH predecessor Harcourt, Brace & Company was the only American publisher interested in purchasing George Orwell's Animal Farm? In light of the recent surge in readership of dystopian novels, HMH Archivist Susan Steinway takes a closer look at Orwell's publishing history with HMH. 
Susan Steinway
Archivist, HMH
February 28, 2017
Leading a Model School: THE POWER OF TRUST
Superintendent of Fall Creek School District Dr. Joe Sanfelippo discusses the importance of trust between school districts and their communities and highlights three ways his district is building upon and strengthening trust in their community.  
Dr. Joe Sanfelippo
Superintendent, Fall Creek School District
February 27, 2017
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