Language Arts Education Moves into the 21st Century
BOSTON - (BUSINESS WIRE) - As educators work to raise student engagement in learning, global education leader Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) has unveiled the cutting edge program, Write Source, the only fully digital elementary to high school language arts curriculum, with personalized learning. The program takes language arts education to the next level, as it allows students to publish their work, while interacting with their own virtual world as an avatar. Write Source, which can be purchased as an all-digital, all-print or blended solution, utilizes innovative interactive features to help students of every learning style master grammar and writing skills with engaging games, videos, and online worktext.
Write Source, the only fully digital elementary to high school language arts curriculum with personalized learning, features interactive avatars to help students master writing skills. (Photo: Business Wire)
"Write Source is the solution students and educators have been waiting for," said Mike Lavelle, President of K-12 for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. "This innovative program not only empowers students to define their own role in learning but also motivates them to actively participate. The avatar revolutionizes their engagement, empowering them to better improve their performance and master twenty-first-century skills."
The Write Source program also uses engaging digital applications and interactive tools to help students learn at their own level and pace. These include Net-text, an online worktext where students can work with peers to evaluate papers, complete grammar activities, and work with graphic organizers; GrammarSnap, a multimedia application that reinforces and extends grammar, usage and mechanics instruction through video podcasts, audio-enabled mini-lessons, games, and quizzes; and ePortfolio, an online workspace for students to share and publish their work.
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