McGraw-Hill Education Introduces Two New Curricula, Reveal Math and Inspire Science

McGraw-Hill Education today announced the national launch of Reveal Math and Inspire Science for K-12, two new core programs available for use in classrooms in the next school year.  Inspire Science will be available for classroom implementation for grades K–12 beginning in fall 2019. Reveal Math for grades 6–12 will be available for classroom implementation in fall of 2019, followed by the release of the K–5 edition. Samples of the materials and piloting options are available now for schools looking to implement the programs in fall 2019.

Reveal Math

Built as a progression from grades K–12, Reveal Math offers a blended print and digital instructional model and research-based practices such as productive struggle, rich tasks, mathematical discourse and learning target-based formative assessment.

With the Reveal Math Learning System, teachers have access to a toolkit offering in-the-moment targeted instruction and personalized activities based on need.

Inspire Science

Based on the Next Generation Science Standards, Inspire Science provides an in-depth, collaborative and project-based learning experience designed to help spark students' interest in science and empower them to ask more questions and think more critically. Through inquiry-based, hands-on investigations of real-world phenomena, students will be able to construct explanations for scientific phenomena and design solutions for real problems. Inspire Science is also built with the 5E" instructional framework, a student inquiry-based method that revolves around engagement, exploration, explanation, elaboration and evaluation, to help educators put their students on the path to career and college readiness.

Additionally, Inspire Science Collaboration Kits for grades K–8 help make planning easier for hands-on time so teachers can focus on the curriculum. 

Digital interactives such as the Web Sketchpad in Reveal Math and Lab Simulations in Inspire Science are integrated into the content to help make visual and contextual connections to topics and procedures.