Built from the ground up for three-dimensional learning.

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Jump to a section 1. Our approach 2. Backed by research 3. Hands-on investigations 4. Literacy integration 5. Powerful digital tools

Your students are scientists.

In every unit, students take on the roles of scientists and engineers to figure out real-world phenomena.

Students actively investigate compelling questions by finding and evaluating evidence, then developing convincing arguments. These engaging roles and phenomena bring science to life in your classroom.

And it works.

The program is backed by gold-standard research.

UC Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science, the authors behind Amplify Science, developed the Do, Talk, Read, Write, Visualize approach, and gold standard research shows that it works. Our own efficacy research is pretty exciting, too.

Hands-on investigations

Hands-on learning is an essential part of Amplify Science.

Hands-on learning is integrated into every unit through hands-on investigations that are critical to achieving the unit’s learning goals and deepening students’ understanding of the unit phenomena.

Literacy-rich science instruction

Immersing young students in reading, writing, and arguing like real scientists and engineers.

Literacy is an integral part of science. While practicing scientists actively investigate the natural world, large parts of their investigations involve reading, writing, listening, and speaking.

Powerful digital tools

For science that's too small, large, slow, distant, dangerous, or difficult to see or manipulate directly.

Developed exclusively for Amplify Science, digital simulations are interactive, virtual worlds that allow students to discover and construct understanding of science concepts and phenomena. Sims provide opportunities to explore scientific phenomena that might otherwise be challenging to investigate because they are too small, large, slow, distant, dangerous, or difficult to manipulate directly.

Key differentiators

What sets Amplify Science apart

  1. 1. Built from the ground up for three-dimensional learning
  2. 2. Students take on the role of scientists and engineers to investigate real-world phenomena
  3. 3. Literacy-rich science instruction
  4. 4. Powerful digital modeling tools and simulations