Current math standards are in place to ensure that today’s students become tomorrow’s problem solvers. HMH® Integrated Mathematics 1, 2, 3 was developed to help address those standards and turn students into problem solvers who master concepts, become fluent with procedures, and apply the principles they’ve learned to real-world situations. While presenting algebra and geometry in a traditional three-course path, Integrated Mathematics 1, 2, 3 delivers this content with a truly innovative, adaptive approach, offering the rigor, depth of coverage, and guidance needed to prepare students for success on high-stakes assessments, in college, and in their careers.
Reach today’s students in their preferred learning modality.
Flexible instructional resources and point-of-use guidance provide support.
Double the learning opportunities with purposeful, parallel digital and print instruction and practice.
HMH Integrated Mathematics 1, 2, 3 offers an interactive and engaging student experience with seamless integration of print and digital features for in-class and on-the-go learning. A supportive instructional model enables focused, balanced, and rigorous teaching of math standards.
An accessible 5E framework enables teachers to deliver lessons that balance procedural fluency and conceptual development with the Mathematical Practices.
Each lesson immerses students in math procedures and concepts, guiding them to interact with mathematics by engaging, exploring, explaining, elaborating, and evaluating.
With diverse learning styles and variable access to digital devices in school and at home, today’s students benefit from instructional options that match their needs, environment, and digital opportunities. HMH Integrated Mathematics 1, 2, 3 offers a full range of print and online resources to optimize learning their way.
A digital-first solution, HMH Integrated Mathematics 1, 2, 3 combines an Interactive Student Edition and Student Dashboard with a powerful all-in-one app that supports collaboration, communication, real-time connection, and online or offline access.
Just-in-time learning features include Real-World Videos, Math on the Spot Video Tutorials with step-by-step explanations for every example, and a Student Resource Locker with quick access to videos, activities, and other lesson support.
Personal Math Trainer® powered by Knewton™ (PMT), an online personalized learning system, takes homework and assessment to a new level of confidence building with guided examples, video tutorials, and animations.
Built-in Virtual Tools in the online Student Edition further support interactive exploration and the practice of concepts and skills.
Ideal as a blended solution, HMH Integrated Mathematics 1, 2, 3’s print texts—available as Write-in or Hardcover Student Editions—reference the digital learning tools at point of use and provide QR code access to the Resource Locker.
“I can sign on, see what their accuracy was, see which questions they missed. And when they explain it, it’s nice to see where their thinking was and give immediate feedback.”
New and veteran math teachers alike benefit from HMH Integrated Mathematics 1, 2, 3’s supportive approach and manageable, standards-based framework. Thoroughly integrated digital and print components developed by math thought leaders help teachers customize the program to meet their instructional preferences, district requirements, and students’ needs.
A full suite of resources accessible in the all-in-one app simplifies course management and enables dynamic classroom presentations.
The powerful Teacher Dashboard syncs with the Interactive Teacher Edition and its point-of-use teaching strategies, reports, assignments, PD videos, mySmartPlanner, and more.
PMT generates analysis and real-time insights into each student’s strengths, weaknesses, preferences, and pace, enabling teachers to create a personalized, targeted learning path to help meet every student’s goals.
Teachers can deliver adaptive lessons and activities in PMT as in-class or at-home assignments. Two reporting views help monitor assignments (a gradebook view) and progress (score- or standards-based view).
PMT reports can be viewed by individual, whole class, standard, and test items.
Authors Dr. Juli Dixon, Dr. Matt Larson, and Michael DiSpezio model teaching practices and strategies and how to integrate science and engineering topics into their math instruction.
The Teacher Edition provides cues for using embedded digital resources as well as point-of-use instructional tips, Questioning Strategies, Lesson Performance Tasks, and resources for differentiation.
The Response to Intervention Guide offers in-depth support for struggling or advanced students, including prerequisite skills modules, pre-tests and post-tests, skills fluency worksheets, and formative assessments.
With a digital-first approach and real-world application of math concepts, HMH Integrated Mathematics 1, 2, 3 instills a deep understanding of math concepts to prepare students for the challenges and 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 Response to Intervention Teacher Resource used in conjunction with Personal Math Trainer supports personalized leveled practice and problem solving, reading skills, challenge for advanced students, and more.
HMH Integrated Mathematics 1, 2, 3’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 at the lesson, module, and unit levels serve 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 the busy lifestyle of today’s students.
We know success doesn’t come from one solution, but from a network of support. When you select a program from HMH, it’s the start of a relationship—one that helps you implement and raise achievement in the ways that work best for your district, school, or classroom.
Our team of Professional Learning consultants includes teachers, researchers, and technologists who become part of your team, collaborating to build and implement professional learning plans that respect the unique needs and culture of your school or district.
For districts following a traditional high school mathematics path, HMH AGA provides the same digital-first approach, high-quality content, and standards-based focus and rigor as HMH Integrated Mathematics 1, 2, 3 with algebra and geometry presented as three separate courses.
Learn more about how AGA can work in your classroom.
See how HMH Integrated Math 1, 2, 3’s innovative content and approach makes a difference in student achievement.
See what AGA has in store for your classroom.