Whether students are just learning to read or mastering close reading, Amplify Reading for grades K–5 helps achieve off-the-charts reading growth. Amplify Reading is a 2020 CODiE Award finalist and recipient of Digital Promise’s Research-Based Design product certification.
Students come to school with a range of abilities and achieve mastery at different rates. Providing each learner with the specific support they need to progress can be challenging. Enter Amplify Reading.
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This 3-part training webinar series with Amplify experts was a hit with attendees! If you missed any of the live sessions or are looking for a refresher, we’ve shared replays of each session and other resources to help you throughout the year.
Amplify has planned a series of fun events and giveaways for teachers in the weeks ahead. Check out what we have in store to shower you with appreciation for your dedication to educating and inspiring young minds!
Each episode delivers the latest insights from researchers and practitioners in early reading, taking a conversational approach and exploring a timely topic related to the science of reading. Listen and subscribe!
Remote and Hybrid Learning Support
We know that this may be another challenging year for teachers, students, and caregivers alike. As your partner in education, we want to equip you and your learners with the tools to excel, whether in the classroom part-time or learning fully-remote from home.
Here are some instructional resources to provide a rich, quality, and reliable learning experience—even during these times that your class environment may be inconsistent:
- Resources for remote learning: This is your guide for successfully utilizing Amplify Reading from home. It walks through the student login experience and includes tips for student navigation and use of the program, guidance for caregivers, and offline activity options.
- Engagement resources and extension activities: This contains a series of printable, offline activities to bring to life the digital world your students love, in your classroom and beyond.
- Reading Help Catalog: This collection from our help library covers just about any question you might have about using or navigating Amplify Reading.
Ready to log in?
If you’ve never logged in to Amplify programs before, our Logging in to Amplify page will help you get started. Once you’re successfully logged in, we’re here to help you explain to your students how they will access Amplify curriculum. We have options to make this simple for students of all ages and abilities. You can learn more on our Student and Caregiver Support page.
- Learn & Connect
Learn & Connect
Once you have logged in to the program, these resources will help you get started.
Top 10 Amplify Reading Resources
The Amplify Reading program is jam packed with resources for instruction—and for teacher and student support. Here’s a quick reference sheet of the Top 10 to get you started.
This training webinar provides guidance on Amplify Reading program essentials from one of our professional trainers.
Advice and answers
Did you know we have a robust library of help articles? Anytime you’re looking for answers, visit the library and use the Search tool at the top of the page to find all the articles on keywords like: Amplify Reading, assigning, or QR code
There’s even a collection of articles devoted to all things Amplify Reading.
Join Our Community
Our Amplify Reading Facebook group is a community of Amplify Reading educators from across the country. It’s a space to share best practices, ideas, and support on everything from implementation to instruction. Join us!
- What's New!
New for 2021!
When Amplify teachers share their feedback, we’re listening! We’ve been working hard on new features to continually improve the Amplify experience for you and your students. For example, we’ve streamlined the Teacher Dashboard.
As you become familiar with the Amplify Reading program, don’t miss the features we’ve added or enhanced for back to school 2021. When you’re ready to get started, be sure to check out our What’s New tutorials.
- Technology Requirements & FAQ
Technology Requirements and Guidelines
Your district administrator has been provided with hardware and network requirements to meet the minimum technical requirements for performance and support of your curriculum products. This information is available on Amplify’s customer requirements page.
Your district administrator has also been provided the URLs on this page to add to the corresponding district- or school-level filters. This step ensures that teachers and students can access Amplify Reading materials.
Your computer or tablet must also be set to accept “cookies” from Amplify program sites.
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Why are there students missing from my class roster?
If a student(s) doesn’t appear on your class roster, they were most likely missing from the roster data provided by your district during the enrollment process. Please contact your district administrator to request that the student(s) be added.
Question: Why do I see only a blank page – nothing appears to load – when trying to access an Amplify program page (like learning.amplify.com)?
A blank screen is often a sign that the website is being blocked by a school’s content filter. Please check with your IT group to confirm that the URLs on this page have been allowed for your district network. Alternatively, check to ensure “cookies” are accepted on your device.
- Contact Us
Powerful (and free!) pedagogical support
Amplify provides a unique kind of support you won’t find from other publishers. We’ve developed an educational support team of former teachers and administrators who provide pedagogical support at no cost to educators using our programs. This free service includes:
- Information on where to locate standards and other planning materials.
- Recommendations and tips for day-to-day teaching with Amplify Reading.
- Support with administering and interpreting assessment data and more.
To reach our pedagogical team, click the orange icon while logged into the curriculum to get immediate help, call (866) 629-2446, or email email@example.com.
Timely technical and program support
Our Customer Care and Support team is available Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. ET, through a variety of channels:
- Live chat: Click the orange icon while logged into the curriculum to get immediate help in the middle of the school day.
- Phone: Call our toll-free number: (800) 823-1969.
- Email: Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.