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  • Why Does Math Matter?

    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

    September 30, 2014

  • Unleash Your Curiosity This Weekend!

    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.

    HMHCo

    September 17, 2014

  • HMH Friends Accept ALS Challenge

    HMH Friends Accept ALS Challenge

    As the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge continues to take the world by storm, we’ve seen celebrities, friends and family embrace the chilly challenge to raise awareness about the neurodegenerative disease.

    HMHCo

    September 14, 2014

  • Something Unexpected is Happening

    Something Unexpected is Happening

    While technology is becoming the accepted mode of delivery in classrooms across the nation, young people are coming back from the world of the virtual to the land of the physical - believe it or not.

    Dr. Nicole Melander
    Former Chief Customer Officer, HMH and Executive Vice President, Digital Strategy

    September 10, 2014

  • Leaving the House With Little Ones, the Drama-Free Way

    Leaving the House With Little Ones, the Drama-Free Way

    When it comes to weekly errands, it can be difficult to motivate yourself to get up and out of the house, let alone persuade your kids to come along with you.

    Susan Magsamen
    Former Senior Vice President of Early Learning

    September 07, 2014

  • Learning in the Digital Age

    Learning in the Digital Age

    If you’ve ever read a storybook to a toddler, you’ve probably caught them treating the pages like an iPhone or an iPad – swiping the cover or attempting to enlarge the pictures with a tap of their finger.

    Mary Cullinane
    Former Chief Content Officer and Executive Vice President of Product Planning, Development and Marketing

    September 03, 2014

  • The Power of Social Media

    The Power of Social Media

    While social media has become one of the most popular ways for us to engage and interact with one another, its integration into the classroom is still in its infancy.

    Alex Honeysett
    Former Director of Communications, Channel One News

    August 27, 2014

  • Is Disruption in K-12 Education Possible?

    Is Disruption in K-12 Education Possible?

    You’d be hard-pressed to hop on board the education conference junket without coming across a panel or keynote about the need for transformation within our classrooms.

    HMHCo

    August 20, 2014

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