As the school year opens, many educators will be teaching lessons remotely. Dr. Anita Archer, senior author of the respected REWARDS® intervention solution, shares strategies, tips, and best practices you can immediately implement to help all students achieve literacy success. Dr. Archer introduces REWARDS program modifications designed to optimize student learning, including alternative active participation strategies, assessment procedures, and management practices. You will learn how easy it is to implement REWARDS with fidelity, even while teaching remotely, and how to engage your students and activate learning—regardless of the reading solution currently in use.
Dr. Archer also shares the benefits and features of REWARDS and explain why this powerful, research-based, short-term program helps adolescents in grades 4–12 overcome struggles with reading long, multisyllabic words and comprehending content-area text. With explicit, systemic, teacher-led instruction, REWARDS intervention gives students new skills to unlock the grade-level reading materials they encounter across subject areas.
Anita L. Archer, Ph.D., recipient of 10 Outstanding Educator awards, has taught elementary and middle school students and has been a faculty member at San Diego State University, the University of Washington, and the University of Oregon. Currently, she serves as an educational consultant to school districts on effective instruction, classroom management, language arts instruction, and study skills strategies. She is a nationally known presenter and has authored numerous curriculum materials, chapters, books, and training resources. Among her works are the acclaimed REWARDS reading program and The Tough Kid® video series.
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