HMH Fuse App Gets Common Core Texts

By Tech Powered Dad | September 12, 2011

HMH Fuse, the innovative textbook from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, now has more editions. Previously, HMH Fuse had both Algebra I and Geometry textbooks. Jump on over to the app store now, and you will find the Common Core editions of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II textbooks have been added to the lineup, bring the grand total of HMH Fuse titles to five.

As was the case with the first two textbooks, you can find a full chapter available free to try out. If you’ve read my review of HMH Fuse, you know that the app includes the entire print version of the textbook as well as interactive features such as instructional video tutorials, the ability to save answer and questions for teachers, and even a simple graphing calculator. I tried out the Algebra II Common Core text and found it lived up the example set by its predecessors. The feature set is very similar, which is a good thing because the features on previous HMH fuse texts were outstanding. While these apps are designed as textbook replacements, they are also an amazing resource for teachers teaching with the print versions and parents who want their child to have a supplement for the print book on the iPad.

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