Show support for LGBTQ students and help them feel safe and welcomed in schools with these six strategies for educators.
Jamie Kubiak(he/him/his); High School Chemistry Teacher, Park East High School, New York
Dr. Tyrone Howard shares insights for educators on leading difficult race-related discussions in the classroom.
Dr. Tyrone C. HowardProfessor, UCLA; Senior Fellow, ICLE; HMH Learning Sciences & Research Advisory Board
HMH is taking steps to ensure our commitments are intentional, actionable, and designed for long-term and ongoing impact.
Exploren una variedad de actividades de ciencias para relacionarte con la conservación del medio ambiente.
Remote learning forces educators to alter how they create instruction. Improve the online instructional experience for your students with these tips.
Erik PalmerProgram Consultant, Into Reading and Into Literature
Dr. Nathan Clemens explains the science of reading and what forms of reading instruction are most effective, based on more than 40 years of high-quality research.
Dr. Nathan ClemensAssociate Professor, University of Texas, Austin
Explore a variety of learning activities to engage your child in scientific exploration of the great outdoors.
Explore a variety of scientific learning activities to engage in the great outdoors.
In a time of social distancing, reading with students and encouraging them to read for pleasure can improve their social-emotional learning.
Francie AlexanderChief Research Officer, HMH
Teach elementary school students about the legacy of Nelson Mandela, a champion for peace and freedom, with these 2020 Mandela Day activities.