Typically, teachers cannot access their program until the district has completed rostering in partnership with Amplify. The Shared Teacher Login feature enables license owners and managers to grant their teachers and other appropriate staff earlier access using a generic username/password.

This is helpful for teachers who are new to Amplify and educators who are not formally enrolled as classroom teachers (e.g., curriculum leads, substitute teachers, and paraeducators). Please note that with these accounts, teachers and staff won't be able to save data, submit work, or provide feedback to students, as the accounts will be shared across multiple users.

Users who are set up as license owners or managers have access to distribute Shared Teacher Logins. License owners or managers are often, but not exclusively, district or school administrators who are leading the Amplify Science implementation. If you do not know your school or district’s license manager, your principal should be able to help you identify them.

To access Shared Teacher Login, license managers should navigate to the Programs tab on the My Account page. Once there, select the program to which shared access is needed. Doing so will open a menu containing a “View Shared Teacher Login” link.

Click on the “View Shared Teacher Login” link to access the generic username and password for that program. 

License managers can also view all of the shared logins available by selecting “View all shared logins” above the list of programs. 

On the “All Shared Logins” page, license managers can toggle between a list of all Shared Teacher Login information or all Shared Student Login information. Keep in mind that these teacher and student accounts are not linked together in any way.

By clicking the “Copy” link in the top-right corner, license managers can easily distribute the Shared Login information to their staff via their own communication methods.

Please note:
• Shared Logins are unavailable when a license expires.

• Shared Logins are not supported for mCLASS or Amplify Reading K-5 programs.

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