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Donia Doudican, the Digital Curriculum Project Manager for Oklahoma’s Sapulpa Public Schools, shares her top four professional development tips for the approaching school year.

Lee Ramsayer
Executive Vice President, Global Sales

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HMH gives educators and aspiring writers a sneak peek into the publishing world, with advice about how to get manuscripts noticed, thoughts on the current trends in the industry and more.


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HMH Lead Design Architect Julie Thieblemont shares five tips for incorporating game-based learning into the classroom.

Julie Thieblemont
Lead Design Architect, HMH

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HMH Customer Spotlight talks with Asbury Park Superintendent Dr. Lamont Repollet and Sancha Gray, Director of Curriculum for Asbury Park, about "Hard Hat Nation" and their ongoing efforts to build a brighter future for the students and community of the New Jersey district.

Lee Ramsayer
Executive Vice President, Global Sales

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With the National Conventions under way, HMH Archivist Susan Steinway thought this was the perfect time to take a look back at HMH’s presidential history and the five presidents who published books with us.

Susan Steinway
Archivist, HMH

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Dr. Laurie E. Cutting
Professor, Vanderbilt University

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HMH announces the results from the 2016 Educator Confidence Report, a survey investigating key issues such as technology use in the classroom, professional learning opportunities, and comfort and familiarity with digital learning tools.


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HMH Content Author Carol Jago shares highlights from the 2016 International Literacy Association Conference.

Carol Jago
HMH Author and Associate Director, California Reading & Literature Project at UCLA

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Summer is the time for travel: school’s out, temperatures are heating up, beach towels and chairs are ready to go, and the open road beckons. HMH Archivist Susan Steinway takes a look through HMH history to find out how past authors and editors spent their vacation days.

Susan Steinway
Archivist, HMH

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HMH shares some of our favorite ISTE sound bites from edtech’s big thinkers.


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Matt Larson, Ph.D. shares his thoughts on what makes for effective professional learning and how to develop effective professional learning structures.

Dr. Matthew R. Larson
Past President, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM); Senior Fellow, Math Solutions

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HMH shares a recap of the Curious World Tour kickoff event at New York’s Brooklyn Bridge Park.


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SVP of HMH Labs Claudia Reuter explains how the sharing economy has made its way into the classroom and why teachers are finding it so valuable.

Claudia Reuter
Former Senior VP, HMH Labs

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HMH talks with Dr. Ted Hasselbring, a professor at Vanderbilt University, about the value of reading intervention and how technology is playing an important role in helping struggling readers.


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ICLE Senior Fellows Eric Sheninger and Weston Kieschnick explain how to integrate ICLE’s Rigor / Relevance Framework into education technology, such as Google Apps for Education.

Eric Sheninger
Senior Fellow, the Center for Model Schools; Aspire Change EDU; Keynote Speaker; Author

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HMH announces Curious World Tour, an immersive, playful learning experience for kids and families in communities nationwide.


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In this final post of his five-part “Brain Talk” series, David Dockterman, Ed.D. takes a closer look at the benefits of a teacher-technology partnership in the classroom.

Dr. David Dockterman
Lecturer, Harvard Graduate School of Education

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HMH shares some tips around how to keep kids active, both mentally and physically, during the summer months.


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