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Supplemental Instruction

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A Short Timeline of SI History 1973 2000 Today The Future Team 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c What Makes a
Great SI Leader? Gets a high grade in the course

Often recommended by faculty

good interpersonal communication skills What is the SI Leader's Role? Peer facilitator

facilitates discussion and activities among SI participants

model successful learning strategies and student behavior

Attends all class sessions with students What is Supplemental Instruction (SI)? Presenters Kate Rose

Mariano Gomes

Heather Cyr Bristol Community College Tutoring and Academic Support Center Timeline of SI Development Why Use the SI Model? Students who attend SI sessions statically earn better grades

Students regularly average one half to one full letter grade higher than their classmates who choose not to attend What is a typical SI Session like? While the is no ONE typical session, sessions are generally informal seminars in which students might:

review notes

discuss readings

develop organizational tools

prepare for examinations Do You have the
Clue to Student Success?
Try Supplemental Instruction Data From
Kent State University Academic Model Developed at
the University of Missouri-
Kansas City (UMKC) 700 institutions in the U.S. provided training to their faculty

and staff for implementing supplemental instruction SI programs can be found
in nearly 1000 colleges and
universities and 27 countries
around the world What Will the
future of SI bring? References "History of Supplemental Instruction." SUNY Cortland.
http://www2.cortland.edu/offices/asap/supplemental-instruction/history-of-supplemental-instruction.dot. "Overview of Supplemental Instruction." The
International Center for Supplemental Instruction. http://www.umkc.edu/asm/si/overview.shtml SI in 30
Seconds Academic Support
Program Not considered
remedial. Targets
historically difficult courses,
not students SI offers
regularly scheduled,
out-of-class review sessions Students learn how
to integrate course
content with reasoning
and study skills. SI leaders are students themselves who have taken the class before and earned a high grade in the course. "Frequently Asked Questions." UMKC Supplemental
Instruction Program http://www.umkc.edu/asm/umkcsi/faqs.shtml 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 3.0 3.1 GPA SI Attendance 0 1 2 3 4 5 6+ 2.42 2.56 2.7 3.13 2011-2012 Correlation between SI Attendance
and GPA for All SI Courses 3.13 Improved GPA!!! Spriggs, Addison. Light Up a Session: How to Facilitate
a Fun and Engaging Session. Kent State University. http://www.umkc.edu/asm/si/ic2014/forms/Light_up_a_Session_-_How_to_Facilitate_a_Fun_and_Engaging_Session.pdf Featured SI Leader: Heather A bit about Setting... Part of the job is: Getting to know students Getting to know their prior academic experience Helping students get organized is key! Meeting Places: Classroom Lab area Session Format: Ranges from Open Format To Specific Agenda Depends on: upcoming quizzes/tests
number/type of students present, etc Subject: Biology Engaging Students in an SI Session Begin with a warm up! Practice
quizzes Ice Breakers Atmosphere Matters! Focused Positive Focused Questioning Ask questions
they can answer Ask questions
that might lead students to the answer Have students answer other student questions Have students answer questions in groups or pairs Activities and Techniques Deciphering Biological Language Anatomy Abstract Concepts Importance of Feedback Students AND Teachers Questions Environment Both want to know what the other is saying! Feedback leads to improvement. Students feel comfortable asking questions Nonjudgmental, supportive atmosphere Featured SI Leader: Mariano Subject: Chemistry Sample SI Session Periodic Table octet rule Valence Electron group 1A, 2A, 3A group 5A, 6A, 7A Make Connections First SI
Session Talk to students
one-on-one Discuss standing
in course Work with some students more closely - Schedule one-on-one tutoring Bring problems to the professor's attention Provide Resources Tips and Study Skills Produce Additional Materials Worksheets Quizzes Exams Student Retention Featured SI Leader: Kate Subject: English Strategies for
Active Learning Redirect Questions What type of conflict can be found in the story "Two Kinds" by Amy Tan? Can anyone help Sarah answer that question? Can anyone explain the different types of conflict often found in literature? Can anyone find the answer to that in your notes? Closing an SI Session End with an informal quiz Predict Test Questions Summarize the story/process/assignment Collaborative Learning Ideas Break into small groups Group
Discussion Discussion
Leader Team
Competition Study Skills Reading
Textbooks Note
taking Test-taking
Skills Studying Vocabulary
and Terminology Time Lines Questions & Answers atom
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