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Digital Geography Titles for Middle and High School Students Unveiled

Today McGraw-Hill Education announced the expansion of McGraw-Hill networks™ with the introduction of two new interactive geography titles.
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Today, at the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) Annual Conference, McGraw-Hill Education announced the expansion of McGraw-Hill networks™, the company's digital social studies program for middle and high school students, with the introduction of two new interactive geography titles. Discovering World Geography (for middle school) and Geography: The Human and Physical World (for high school) were designed to address both the National Geography Standards and the National Council for the Social Studies Standards, and written with a close eye toward the Common Core State Standards. Both programs will begin rolling out into classrooms in 2014.

Both program offer interactive maps and timelines, animations, video lessons and games.

Teachers are able to personalize their lessons by adding their own content, manage and track the progress of each individual student, develop presentations, assign homework and tailor assessments as needed.

For more information about Networks, visit www.mcgrawhillnetworks.com/.

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