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Science & Technology: Supplemental Instruction

How it Works

  1. An experienced SI student leader sits in on a targeted class as a member of that class.  They see what content is being covered and how it is presented by the instructor.
  2. The SI leader plans a session by picking out important material from class including challenging examples, reviews of concepts and terminology, and an approach to convey the material to those students that attend the session.  
  3. The SI leader holds the session and students interact with one another through planned examples and activities to better understand the material.  SI sessions are not intended to be another lecture on the material.

When and Where?

Schedules will be updated soon.  Please check back later.​

The Remind System is being utilized by Biology and Mathematics to remind students when and where sessions will be held as well as what material will be covered during these sessions.  You can access this system through the free phone app, textmessages, or email.  Click Remind System next to your class for further information.

What is great about Supplemental Instruction?