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What are some features of the Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Education Place?

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Education Place features textbook support, teacher ideas, homework help and activity ideas. Education Place includes separate sections for educators, students and families, with related resources for each.

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The educator section of the website defaults to the textbook support materials page, allowing teachers to search for textbooks based on state. The section also includes links for spelling lists, themed activities, graphic organizers, bilingual services and resource links. Education Place also has an eServices section where teachers can log in for additional support.

The student section of Education Place also defaults to a textbook search, allowing students to find support materials. Additional links along the bottom provide activities and resources for students. One option is a Using the Web activity to familiarize students with finding information online. Brain teasers and wacky web tales are two other options.

The families section allows parents to search for their students' textbooks for access to support material. This section includes a Reference Library with information on writing, maps, history and science. The Home Activity Center lists activity ideas to do at home with kids. A Homework Help section provides support materials for different subjects. The families section also includes home school links and a links library.

Most of the Education Place resources are freely accessible. The eServices section is the only area requiring a login.

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