Engaging today’s students, GO Math! provides a wealth of differentiated instruction resources across interactive platforms.
The 5E instructional model—Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate, Evaluate—transforms planning and teaching and develops mathematical understanding in students.
STEM content connects with today’s learners. Math in Careers challenges students to envision the role math can play in their college and career plans.
Our consistent K-8 author team is comprised of mathematical thought leaders, active classroom teachers, and researchers.
The HMH® Professional Services team works alongside your math teachers to promote best practices in mathematical teaching and learning.
GO Math! provides a seamless path to ensure that students can access content at appropriate levels of depth and rigor. A wealth of resources for the classroom and beyond provide the tools students need to embrace math and succeed in high-stakes assessments.
Personal Math Trainer® (PMT) gives students personalized unlimited practice, real-time feedback, and a variety of question types and learning aids.
GO Math! utilizes gamification to engage students in practices from the Go Math! Academy® app to OSMO™ puzzles.
Student technology serves a purpose with online tutorials and problem sets that students can access online or offline from home via the HMH Player® app.
GO Math!’s teaching tools enable teachers to deeply engage students, meeting them where they are and gradually improving their conceptual understanding, fluency, and application.
The Teacher Edition is organized by learning progressions and supports standards-based instruction through explanation of best practices and directions detailing how to incorporate program components.
The Personal Math Trainer (PMT) enables teachers to determine students’ learning style, pace, and needs to target individualized assignments.
The Online Teacher Edition provides point-of-use Questioning Strategies, teaching tips, additional activities, and Professional Development videos.
Formative and Summative assessments ensure students get the support they need and make progress.
Our Getting Started courses walk teachers through the components, technology, and instructional model so the program can be implemented with fidelity.
Follow-Up courses go deeper into the program pedagogy, unpack the instructional sequences, and help teachers utilize data to enhance instruction.
Our individual and group coaching helps teachers with their individual classroom and school needs.
With a digital-first approach and real-world application of math concepts, GO Math! instills a deep understanding of math concepts to prepare students with the algebraic understanding needed for the career opportunities that await them in college and beyond.
Strong support for differentiation, adaptive instruction, and English learner resources helps students of all abilities achieve their full potential. A special Differentiated Instruction Teacher Resource used in conjunction with Personal Math Trainer (PMT) supports personalized leveled practice and problem solving, reading skills, challenges for advanced students, and more.
GO Math!’s focused, balanced, and rigorous instruction encompasses the intent of the math standards. Supported by the best available digital course management and presentation tools, teachers are able to facilitate in-depth understanding of standards-based content. Performance Tasks are available to be used as assessments or capstone activities for students to demonstrate their understanding of concepts.
Our all-in-one app enables students to study on the go, in their preferred location. Motivating collaborative features; access to engaging interactive content, videos, and tutorials; and the flexibility to work online or offline all appeal to today’s students.
HMH author, Dr. Matt Larson, discusses how the research-informed instructional strategies to support effective teaching and learning of mathematics is embedded throughout the HMH Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2 curriculum.
HMH author, Dr. Juli Dixon, discusses how each mathematical process and practice contributes to the development of mathematical proficiency.