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With this approach, teachers can help students become confident, creative, and persistent learners.
Read about integrating technology in the math classroom and how math technology can be used as a tool to support teaching.
Dr. Matthew R. LarsonPast President, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM); Senior Fellow, Math Solutions
We asked teachers to express their love for reading in honor of the 20th anniversary of our READ 180 Universal program.
Jordan FriedmanShaped Editor
To cut down on the work required from your end, consider a writing process that includes self-review, peer-review, and teacher review using digital tools.
Bob KellerEducational Solutions Consultant
Having intervention students practice reading aloud to younger children can improve literacy for both kids.
Donna PappasRegional Consultant, HMH
HMH will be at SXSW EDU in Austin, Texas, March 4–7, with sessions on equity in education, the new Carmen Sandiego, the future of K-12 education, and more.
Caitlin Henault Senior Communications Associate, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Petry's The Street was the first book by a black woman to sell more than 1 million copies.
Susan SteinwayArchivist, HMH
A past educator and curriculum director shares three keys to ensuring a successful summer school experience for teachers and students.
Brenda KonickeDirector of Professional Learning at Math Solutions
The Rigor/Relevance Framework gives students the opportunity to take more ownership of their growth and development.
Eric SheningerAssociate Partner, ICLE
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