Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an international program designed to promote collaborative learning. SI partners with specific, historically challenging courses to help students learn effective study techniques, along with the content of the courses.
SI sessions are facilitated by an SI leader, a student who has previously excelled in the class. SI leaders attend the class, plan structured review sessions, and facilitate these sessions on a regularly-scheduled basis.
SI sessions are offered 2 or 3 times per week. In session, students create graphic organizers, solve practice problems, play review games, and participate in other collaborative study activities.
In the Fall 2016 semester, SI is offered for the following courses:
- ATH 1020
- ATH 2190
- BIO 2020
- BUS 2340/ECN 2340*
- CHM 2070*
- HIS 1410
- MTH 3040
- MTH 3120
- PYC 2850
*SI is associated only with specific sections of these courses; non-SI sections are supported by tutors. Please ask your instructor or contact Emily Janssen at email@example.com to find out which services are available for your section of the course.
Course Instructors: Interested in using SI in your course? Please contact Emily Janssen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 262-551-6047 to discuss whether SI may be the right fit for your class.