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Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a form of peer-guided tutoring developed to improve student performance, success and retention. It targets traditionally difficult courses in which students often fail, earn poor grades or drop out.
Research shows that students who regularly attend weekly SI sessions receive final grades one-half to one full grade higher than students who do not attend. SI attendees also re-enroll in school at a higher rate than those who do not participate.
As an SI leader, you:
During SI sessions, your role is to:
To be an SI leader, you must:
Your role as an SI leader is an important and valuable one. As an SI leader, you are provided with an opportunity to re-present the information in a fresh way, improve critical thinking skills, and share strategies to simplify and categorize information.
Apply to become an SI leader today!