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See what 21st-century science education looks like.

In Amplify Science, students take on the role of a scientist or engineer to actively investigate compelling phenomena through engaging hands-on activities, immersive digital simulations, comprehensive reading and writing activities, and lively classroom discussions.

This video library will give you a sense of what Amplify Science looks like in the classroom.

 

Elementary Middle School

Elementary

Watch how Amplify Science integrates hands-on learning, classroom discussions, digital modeling tools, and more.

Hands-on investigations

 

As part of Amplify Science’s Animal and Plant Relationships unit, students take on the role of plant scientists to figure out why there are no new chalta trees growing in the Bengal Tiger Reserve in India. In this video featuring Lesson 3.2, second-grade students from Chicago Public Schools are engaging with a hands-on model in which they simulate animal dispersal of seeds, measure how many seeds were dispersed to places where the seeds are likely to grow, and analyze their results.

 

Classroom discussions

 

As part of Amplify Science’s Weather and Climate unit, students take on the role of meteorologists to determine which of three fictional islands has weather most like that of orangutans’ existing habitats, Borneo and Sumatra. In this video featuring Lesson 3.7, third-grade students from Chicago Public Schools are discussing the data they collected, as well as which Science and Engineering Practices they used during the lesson.

Literacy integration

 

As part of Amplify Science’s Animal and Plant Relationships unit, students take on the role of plant scientists and work in order to figure out why there are no new chalta trees growing in the Bengal Tiger Reserve in India. In this video, second-grade students from Chicago Public Schools are using Student Books to obtain information and practice reading skills, while using writing prompts to create arguments using evidence.

Simulations and modeling tools

 

As part of Amplify Science’s Earth’s Features unit, students take on the role of geologists to investigate how a mysterious fossil formed and when it came to be in its current location. In this video, fourth-grade students from Chicago Public Schools are using digital modeling tools to investigate how fossils and rocks can be used to make inferences about past environments.

A Week in the Life

What does a week in the life of an Amplify Science teacher look like? We asked Keneisha Charleston, a second-grade teacher from Chicago Public Schools, to talk through an example of what one week of using Amplify Science is like in her classroom.

Testimonial

Hear from teachers, administrators, and students across the country who are using Amplify Science in their classrooms right now.

Middle School

Watch how Amplify Science integrates hands-on learning, literacy, digital modeling tools, and more.

Hands-on investigations

 

As part of Amplify Science’s Populations and Resources unit, students take on the role of ecologists to figure out what caused the size of the moon jelly population in Glacier Sea to increase. In this video featuring Lesson 2.2, sixth-grade students from Denver Public Schools are conducting a hands-on investigation involving yeast to test the effects of the availability of food on the size of a population.

Literacy integration

 

As part of Amplify Science’s Matter and Energy in Ecosystems unit, students take on the role of ecologists to figure out what caused the collapse of the biodome ecosystem. In this video, sixth-grade students from Denver Public Schools are reading science articles, and then using writing prompts to create arguments using evidence.

Simulations and modeling tools

 

As part of Amplify Science’s Chemical Reactions unit, students take on the role of chemists and worked to explore how new substances are formed as they investigated a problem with the water supply in the fictional town of Westfield. In this video featuring Lesson 2.5, seventh-grade students from Chicago Public Schools are using a digital simulation to find and observe substances that do and do not react when mixed together.

Classroom discussions

 

As part of Amplify Science’s Matter and Energy in Ecosystems unit, students take on the role of ecologists to figure out what caused the collapse of the biodome ecosystem. In this video, sixth-grade students from Denver Public Schools are using evidence to support their claims as part of a classroom discussion.

A Week in the Life

What does a week in the life of an Amplify Science teacher look like? We asked Amy Trujillo, a sixth-grade teacher from Denver Public Schools, to talk through an example of what one week of using Amplify Science is like in her classroom.

Testimonial

Hear from teachers, administrators, and students across the country who are using Amplify Science in their classrooms right now.

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