Amplify Professional Development
Our professional teams embed themselves in the schools they serve, taking a hands-on approach with local data and curriculum to help educators improve the way they analyze and use data, implement CCSS and strengthen areas like school leadership and climate.
Our consulting engagements include strategic advisory services, systems integration, and application and system development for clients including districts, regional centers, states, foundations and organizations.
When teachers use data to plan instructional time based on student needs, everyone wins.
GREG VETTER, DELAWARE DATA COACH
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A sampling of our consulting projects
The New York City Department of Education’s Achievement Reporting and Innovation System (ARIS) was cited by Secretary of Education Arne Duncan as a model for the Instructional Improvement System concept in RTTT.Learn more
inBloom provides open-source technology that allows states and public school districts to better integrate student data and third-party applications for sustainable, cost-effective personalized learning.Learn more
School of One
The only education invention to appear on TIME Magazine’s “50 Most Important Inventions of the Year,” School of One teaches the concepts students need to learn at the right moment, using the most effective teaching style for each individual student.Learn more
Driving decisions with data
Learn how Amplify Services transformed the culture at one elementary school in Rhode Island by making data analysis part of daily routine.
5 ways to use data to improve your teaching
Teachers understand that student data can help them unlock the door to personalized learning. But the process of collecting the data and taking action with it can be intimidating. Heather McKenzie, an Amplify data coach, offers these five tips on how to enhance instruction with student data.