We’re happy to help Texas educators along your literacy journey in helping all of your students become confident young readers.
- Live training sessions for Kindergarten teachers and leaders, sponsored by the Kindergarten Assessment Support (KAS) Initiative!
- View the new on-demand session, Preparing for the End of the Year (EOY) Benchmark (7:38), and slide deck.
- Learn more about the Texas Dyslexia handbook updates.
Professional learning for all
Whether you’re launching into a new program or looking to strengthen your skills, Amplify’s professional learning sessions will support your needs.
- Register now to join new and upcoming learning sessions.
- On-demand sessions offer timely insights to support your mCLASS implementation.
- Webinar recordings from 2020-2021 or 2021-2022 ensure you don’t miss a thing.
- For more professional learning opportunities, view the TX PD catalog.
- About mCLASS Professional Learning
All mCLASS Texas Edition users will have access to free online modules. Contact your district for details about accessing these modules.
For those districts that want to support teachers in a more comprehensive approach we will work to ensure that the professional learning section supporting each mCLASS Texas Edition rollout meets each district’s unique needs. Here is a professional learning catalog to show the breadth and depth of what we offer.
- Register now
Live training sessions for Kindergarten teachers and leaders, sponsored by the Kindergarten Assessment Support Initiative! These sessions include include Initial Overviews of mCLASS TX (DIBELS 8) and the new mCLASS TX Lectura Assessment along with Refresher Trainings for mCLASS TX (DIBELS 8) and Introduction to Monitoring and Zones of Growth for mCLASS TX (DIBELS 8).
For more information about the KAS Initiative, please visit https://tea.texas.gov/academics/early-childhood-education/data-driven-instruction-best-practices.
- On-Demand Sessions
View the on-demand sessions for below to gain timely insights to support your mCLASS implementation.
- Webinar Recordings
Getting Started: Teachers
Here you’ll learn about the program, how to set up your device, and how to get help when using mCLASS Texas Edition.
- Onboarding: What to expect
- Logging in to mCLASS Home
mCLASS Home is where you access mCLASS reporting, instruction, and other helpful resources. Follow these steps to log in:
1. Navigate to mclass.amplify.com.
2. You will need your Amplify user name and password to log in. If you forget your password, you can follow the instructions below to generate a new one.
- Click “Forgot Password”
- Enter your Amplify username and your district or school email address. Click Send. Then follow the instructions in the email you receive to reset your password.
If you have not received an Amplify username and password, please contact your
school or district administrator.
- Setting up your assessment device
Assessments are administered using the mCLASS app. The mCLASS app is installed by creating a shortcut from Chrome™ (Safari for iPads) on your device’s desktop or home screen. Click the link for your device for installation instructions:
Note that you need your Amplify username and password to install the mCLASS app. If you have not received it, please contact your school or district administrator.
- Remote assessment
mCLASS Texas Edition can be administered in many ways, including remotely. This site will give guidance on the various ways to administer mCLASS Texas Edition to best support your students in any learning environment.
Watch the Remote Assessment Guidance Office Hours recording here.
Documents referenced during Office Hours are linked below.
- Dyslexia screening
mCLASS® Texas DIBELS® 8 and IDEL assess the updated skills required for dyslexia screening.
We’ve got you covered!
Getting Started: Administrators
Here you’ll learn about the program, how to set up your device, and how to get help when using mCLASS Texas Here you’ll find information about enrollment and licensing, technical requirements, professional learning resources, and more.
- Onboarding: What to expect
- Enrollment and licensing
Amplify provides services to fit the different types of enrollment needs for various times of year:
Self-Service Enrollment (SSE) is a batch enrollment tool that you can use to import large amounts of student, staff, and class information into the Amplify system at the beginning of the school year or any time you need to update your enrollment data.
Auto Self-Service Enrollment (Auto SSE) is a service for automatically sending enrollment data from your computer to Amplify, which does not require intervention after you initiate the process, and which can be run at any time of year. You must have the ability to run scripts in order to use Auto SSE.
Amplify also offers the Manual Enrollment tools on the Amplify Administration page, which you can use at any time of year to add or update enrollment information by entering the information directly into Amplify, rather than uploading spreadsheets.
- Preparing your materials
If you need the DIBELS 8th Edition and IDEL materials, you can download them for local printing directly from the University of Oregon website. Additionally, if you need the materials for the Inventory measures (PA-Blending and FSL), they can be downloaded from the mCLASS Home Training page (login required).
If your school or district purchased materials kits, the materials coordinator at your school or district will receive a shipping logistics survey after your order is placed, to ensure a smooth delivery of mCLASS Texas Edition kits. It is critical that this survey be completed prior to the shipment of materials. If you are the materials coordinator for your school or district and have not received a survey, reach out to your Amplify implementation manager.
- What’s included in the kits
- Technology requirements and guidelines
To ensure that your hardware and network meet the minimum technical requirements for optimal performance and support of your digital curriculum products, please see Amplify’s customer requirements page.
To ensure access to mCLASS, add the URLs on this page to your corresponding district or school-level filters.
Looking for help?
Our technical and pedagogical support teams are available from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday.
For your most urgent questions
- Use our live chat within your program
- Call our toll-free number: (800) 823-1969
For less urgent questions, send us an email!