Session Title

The Impact of Supplemental Instruction on Teaching and Learning

Session Format

Presentation Session (45 minutes)

Session Format

Presentation Session (45 minutes)

Target Audience

K12 Educators

Location

Room 2911

Abstract for the conference program

This session is designed for participants new to Supplemental Instruction (SI) or already acquainted with non-remedial, peer-facilitated learning opportunities. After a brief introduction to our SI Program at Georgia College, members of an SI Teaching Circle will facilitate a discussion with conference participants on the benefits and challenges of the program from the perspective of our students, supplemental instructors and our faculty.

Proposal Track

Research Project

Proposal Track

T1: Teaching and Learning in the STEM Field

Start Date

3-8-2013 2:45 PM

End Date

3-8-2013 3:30 PM

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Mar 8th, 2:45 PM Mar 8th, 3:30 PM

The Impact of Supplemental Instruction on Teaching and Learning

Room 2911

This session is designed for participants new to Supplemental Instruction (SI) or already acquainted with non-remedial, peer-facilitated learning opportunities. After a brief introduction to our SI Program at Georgia College, members of an SI Teaching Circle will facilitate a discussion with conference participants on the benefits and challenges of the program from the perspective of our students, supplemental instructors and our faculty.