Exciting updates are coming for Amplify Math!

Amplify Math is a brand new program that is designed to get all students talking and thinking together about grade-level math. Throughout the 2021-2022 school year, we will be releasing new and exciting features that save you time, extend your reach, and support you with delivering grade-level math to all students.

Exciting updates are coming for Amplify Math!

Amplify Math is a brand new program that is designed to get all students talking and thinking together about grade-level math. Throughout the 2021-2022 school year, we will be releasing new and exciting features that save you time, extend your reach, and support you with delivering grade-level math to all students.

Pacing and pausing (October 1, 2021)

The pacing feature within Amplify Math’s digital platform allows teachers to choose which slides students see and when. Teachers can set the lesson pace, remove/add slides from the student view, and pause the lesson presentation.

Power-ups (January 2022)

Power-ups provide automatic recommendations of students who would benefit from just-in-time support at point of use before the start of an activity. Phil Daro partnered with us on this feature to ensure we were giving all students—even the ones who might be three years behind in math, but only 15 minutes behind the day’s lesson—the chance to experience success in math. Not teaching online? They’re available in the Teacher Edition, too.

Want a sneak peek of Power-ups? Check out this sneak peek.

Assessments and reporting (January 2022)

Amplify Math offers a comprehensive suite of assessments, accessible in print and digital formats, for multiple opportunities to monitor and evaluate student learning and progress. When students take assessments on the Amplify digital platform, you can run reports at the student, standard, assignment, school, and district levels.

New enhancements to the digital assessment platform include the Interim Assessment and Standards Report.

  • Interim Assessment: Aligned to Amplify Math’s scope and sequence, these assessments provide teachers with meaningful data about their students’ progress toward mastery and/or proficiency with grade-level content.
  • Standards Report: Teachers can run reports on student- and class-level performance at the standard.