Calling all Teachers!

Explicit Instruction with Dr. Anita Archer

4 Day Series for Teachers

This 4-day series is designed to boost teacher's capacity to provide tier 1 instruction. The tenets of delivering instruction explicitly, designing lessons in regards to skills, facts, vocabulary, and concepts, as well as providing opportunities for independent retrieval practice and much more will be shared during this series.


Dates: 06/28/2021, 06/29/2021, 06/30/2021, and 07/01/2021.


All meetings will be held via Zoom from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. The Zoom link will be provided a few days prior to the first session.


Attendance at all four sessions is required. Twenty-four contact hours will be provided at the conclusion of the series. Optional graduate credit in lieu of a certificate attendance is available through Ashland University for a fee.


For more information about Dr. Anita Archer please view https://explicitinstruction.org/

Please contact daliberti@sstr2.org or heim@sstr2.org for questions.

Anita L. Archer, PhD

Anita L. Archer, PhD, is an educational consultant to school districts on explicit instruction, the design and delivery of instruction, behavior management, and literacy instruction. She has taught elementary and middle school students and is the recipient of 10 awards honoring her excellence in teaching and contributions to the field of education. Dr. Archer has served on the faculties of San Diego State University, the University of Washington in Seattle, and the University of Oregon in Eugene. She is nationally known for her professional development activities, having presented in every state over the course of her 40-year career. Dr. Archer is coauthor, with Dr. Mary Gleason, of numerous curriculum materials addressing reading, writing, and study skills.


Raised in the Pacific Northwest, Anita’s primary home is in Portland, Oregon where she enjoys entertaining friends, attending symphony and opera performances, and practicing her cello (She is a beginner.) The NYC location of Anita’s second home allows her to walk across the street to Lincoln Center and take in abundant musical performances.

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