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Amplify Science webinar series

UC Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science is hosting six webinars in which Amplify Science experts will:

1. Discuss relevant topics in science education

2. Provide background on the development of the NGSS-designed Amplify Science, including the philosophy, pedagogy, and research basis

3. Walk you through the phenomena-based program, highlighting the unit structure and key features

4. Answer all your questions

Register for the upcoming webinars here or watch previous webinars on demand here.


Webinar titles and dates:
1. Introducing Amplify Science (grades K-5) Tuesday, March 5 (grades 6-8) Thursday, March 7

2. What’s so phenomenal about phenomena? Tuesday, March 19

3. Embedded and immersive engineering Tuesday, April 2

4. Access and rigor: three-dimensional science for English learners Thursday, April 25

5. Lead with phenomena and the 3-dimensions will follow Tuesday, May 7

6. Introducing Amplify Science (grades K-5) Tuesday, May 14
(grades 6-8) Tuesday, May 21

About Amplify Science:

Our Amplify Science program, the only middle school program rated “all green” by EdReports, blends hands-on investigations, literacy-rich activities, and interactive digital tools to empower students to think, read, write, and argue like real scientists and engineers. Each unit of Amplify Science engages students in a relevant, real-world problem where they investigate scientific phenomena, engage in collaboration and discussion, and develop models or explanations in order to arrive at solutions.

Amplify Science is grounded in research and proven effective by the authors behind Amplify Science—science education experts at the UC Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science and the digital learning team at Amplify. The Hall experts and the digital learning team developed the Do, Talk, Read, Write, Visualize approach. This research-based approach presents students with multiple modalities through which to explore the curriculum and reflects state-of-the-art practices in science teaching and learning.

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