Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an internationally recognized program out of the University of Missouri Kansas City, designed to provide peer-assisted study sessions. The SI program partners with courses that are traditionally difficult, with high “D”, “F” or withdrawal rates.
Students at Aims who attend SI meetings typically earn a quarter to a full letter grade higher than their classmates who do not! Meetings will help you review and understand the day's lecture through activities and discussions. You will also gain valuable learning skills that will help you in all your classes.
SI leaders have already taken and successfully passed the course and continue to attend class right along with you. They know what it's like to be a student and are trained to lead sessions designed to be interactive and fun.
Would you like to recommend or suggest a course for Supplemental Instruction?
Let us know! Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know which courses you think could benefit from Supplemental Instruction.
Faculty: To request an SI for your class or learn more about how Supplemental Instruction can help your students persist and succeed in your class, please contact:
SI Faculty Liaisons:
Jan Stapleton, Math Professor
Gina Jones, Accounting Professor