Turn today’s students into tomorrow’s innovators

Inspire investigation, exploration, and problem solving

When you harness students’ natural curiosity, real learning happens. HMH science programs are designed to encourage student-directed learning and deeper understanding of concepts. Open students’ minds to a world of scientific thinking.

Students enjoy multimodal learning through our dynamic, integrated print and digital components and gain a deeper understanding of science concepts.

New standards mean new ways of teaching and learning. The carefully planned guidance in our programs and services ensures mastery for teachers and students alike.

Science content that’s meaningful and experiential is learning that sticks. We’ve mastered the art of delivering real-world science that prepares students for college and beyond.

See how our science solutions can work in your classroom.
Our Programs
Harness curiosity

Dynamic content and rich media enable hands-on, minds-on learning. Our programs help immerse K–12 students in the wonders of the world around them as you build science literacy, engineering ability, and STEM skills.

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Give students a head start on college with courses that deepen understanding of key concepts and their real-world applications.

Our Authors
Share a podium with the best science educators and thought leaders
Michael DiSpezio
Author, ScienceFusion and HMH Science Dimensions Programs
Dr. Mike Heithaus
Dean and Professor, Florida International University, Miami
Marjorie Frank
Author, ELD Specialist, Adjunct Faculty of Hunter, Manhattan, and Brooklyn Colleges

Dr. Cary Sneider
NGSS Writing Team Leader, Associate Research Professor at Portland State University
Dr. Stephen Nowicki
Dean and Vice Provost, Duke University
Dr. Mike Passow
Former Classroom Teacher; Past President, National Earth Science Teachers Association
Dr. Thomas O’Brien
Professor, Graduate School of Education at SUNY Binghamton
Bernadine Okoro
2010–2011 Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow, National Science Foundation Fellow
Jeff Rylander
Physics Teacher, Instructional Supervisor
John Galisky
Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow, Curriculum Developer
News & Events
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Michael DiSpezio
Phenomena-Based Learning
Join Michael DiSpezio for an introduction to phenomena-based learning. Discover how real-world phenomena and local experiences offer a rich and engaging landscape that motivates students and supports a multidisciplinary approach… Learn more
Margo Dye
Phenomenal Phenomena and Beyond!
Learn ways to use simple phenomena to spark curiosity and peak student interest in elementary science topics with Margo Dye. We’ll uncover ideas to take learning further and incorporate the… Learn more
Brian Joseph
Phenomenal Phenomena for Middle School
NGSS content instruction moves away from separate silos of information to connected content in coherent storylines. In this workshop, Brian Joseph will lead participants through the different types of phenomena… Learn more
John Galisky
Using Phenomena to Engage Students in the Science and Engineering Practices
If the Disciplinary Core Ideas are what scientists know, and the Crosscutting Concepts are the way scientists think, then the Science and Engineering Practices describe what scientists do. And what… Learn more
Anthony Little
High School Science is Phenomenal
Using phenomena in the high school classroom anchors student learning in real-world contexts. Students won’t just learn about science facts but, more importantly, they will learn to ask questions about… Learn more
Dr. Thomas O’Brien
Fundamental Science Stories: 3D Edutainment at its Best
Science “stories” begin with FUNomena that need explanation.  This chemistry-based webinar with Thomas O'Brien will discuss a multi-chapter, NGSS-framed story that will be used as an example of the broader… Learn more
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