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  • What We Do
    a student the ability to relate was comforting With multiple sessions I gained confidence in my ability to obtain formulas and statistics as a whole I ended up gaining an A in the course and I am thankful for the experience Former CRJC 200 Student What We Do Overview Supplemental Instruction SI is a method of academic support that has proven effective in improving student academic success in courses with traditionally high dropout and withdrawal rates Established initially in 1973 at the University of Missouri Kansas City this model of academic support was designated by the U S Department of Education as an Exemplary Educational Program and is used in more than 900 colleges and universities in 12 countries In this model of academic support courses with historically high withdrawal and failure rates are targeted for academic support Student leaders who have proven their competence in the targeted courses and have been approved by the faculty are assigned as Supplemental Instruction Leaders After receiving appropriate training in learning styles and study skills SI leaders attend meetings of the targeted class and take notes and working in consultation with the course instructor conduct supplemental instruction sessions each week In these sessions SI leaders review notes conduct practice quizzes and carry out additional assignments to reinforce the knowledge and skills required by the class A significant advantage of SI over other academic support models is that it targets high risk courses instead of high risk students Since it is open to all students in high risk courses it does not have the stigma that is sometimes attached to tutoring and academic support SI promotes increased student collaboration and reinforces good study habits which can have a positive impact on a students overall academic performance The U S Department of Education has validated each of the following claims about the impact of SI on student academic success Students who participate in Supplemental Instruction earn higher mean final grades that those who do not participate regardless of ethnicity or prior academic achievement of the students Students who participate in SI have a lower percentage of withdrawals and final grades of D or F than students who do not participate in SI regardless of ethnicity or prior academic achievement of the students Students who participate in SI have higher retention and graduation rates than those who do not participate regardless of ethnicity or prior academic achievement of the students A study conducted at the University of Texas Austin was designed to determine if the gains attributed to SI are the result of student motivation Perhaps the students motivated to attend SI are students who would do well in the class without additional assistance The study concluded that attendance at SI continues to predict course grade even after controlling for student motivation Keys to a Successful SI Program Students selected as Supplemental Instruction leaders must be good students who are willing to fulfill all of their responsibilities SI leaders must receive appropriate training and their work

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/learning-center/supplemental-instruction/what-we-do (2016-02-17)
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  • SI Course Schedule Spring 2016
    R 2 3pm F 10 11am SI Lab HTC 001A CHEM 102 01 Nagdas Don Clermont T 12 30 1 30pm LSA 345A CHEM 102 02 Bose Basu Don Clermont T 12 30 1 30pm LSA 345A CHEM 102 D1 D2 Sloan Don Clermont TR 12 30 1 30pm Online CHEM 141 01 02 Autey Lorrette Rivera Lugo M 2 3pm T 2 4pm LSA 230 CHEM 141 01 Bretzier Lorrette Rivera Lugo M 2 3pm T 2 4pm LSA 230 CHEM 142 04 Bretzier Lorrette Rivera Lugo M 10 11am T 1 2pm LSA 230 CHEM 161 D1 D2 Pearson Don Clermont T 2 30 3 30pm LSA 345 CHIN 120 01 Huiqing Xin Yin TR 3 30 4 30pm SI Lab HTC 001A CHIN 120 02 Huiqing Shiyu Zheng TBA SI Lab HTC 001A CHIN 120 EC1 Hongbing Xin Yin TR 3 30 4 30pm JKSA Bldg 126 CRJC 220 01 D1 Rumpf LeKresha Brown TBA SI Lab HTC 001A Online ECON 211 01 Okpala Delphia Schoenfeld M 1 2pm T 2 3pm SI Lab HTC 001A ECON 211 01 Wane Delphia Schoenfeld M 1 2pm T 2 3pm SI Lab HTC 001A ECON 211 D45 Wane Delphia Schoenfeld F 5 6pm SI Lab HTC 001A ECON 211 D46 Larkin Delphia Schoenfeld F 5 6pm SI Lab HTC 001A ECON 212 01 D46 Okpala Delphia Schoenfeld M 1 2pm T 2 3pm SI Lab HTC 001A Online ECON 212 02 Wane Delphia Schoenfeld M 1 2pm T 2 3pm SI Lab HTC 001A ECON 212 D1 Myrick Delphia Schoenfeld F 5 6 pm Online GEO 210 02 Pirani Alisha Griggs M 2 3 TR 11am 12pm Lyon Science Bldg 202 HIST 110 01 02 Walsh Demetrius Leach MW 11am 3pm T 12 3pm R 11am 3pm SI Lab HTC 001A HIST 120 GU1 Pash Christina Cottier TR 1 2pm 4 5pm SI Lab HTC 001A HIST 120 02 Kadel Christina Cottier TR 2 4pm SI Lab HTC 001A HIST 210 05 06 45 Henessey Joel Cook MWF 2 4pm SI Lab HTC 001A HIST 211 EC1 EC2 Jonhson Daria Livingston MW 9 10am T 8 30 9 30am SI Lab HTC 001A HIST 212 04 Johnson Daria Livingston MW 12 1pm T 10 45 11 45am SI Lab HTC 001A HUMN 212 01 Hatcher Arriene Lee M 1 2pm T 2 3pm W 12 1pm SI Lab HTC 001A MATH 123 05 Zhao Briana Williams M 2 3pm T 2 3pm W 10 11am SI Lab HTC 001A MATH 129 02 Bila Cassandra Sutton MWF 10 11am SI Lab HTC 001A MGMT 470 01 Brown Shaqwana Wells MW 2 3pm T 2 3pm R 2 3pm SBE 328 NCSI 110 01 Abokor De Voncia Mickins MW 10 11am F 11am 12pm S Tech Sci 431 NCSI 110 02 Mattox De Voncia Mickiins MW 10 11am F 11am 12pm S Tech Sci 431 NCSI 110 04 Khatun De Voncia Mickins MW 10 11am F 11am 12pm SI Lab HTC

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/learning-center/supplemental-instruction/course-schedule (2016-02-17)
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  • Meet Your SI Leader
    BIOL 150 01 46 04 Dr Jonas Okeagu Dr Khaled Ouertani Dr Olga Butorina Zackari Abeyta BIOL 130 BIOL 150 01 02 03 Dr Stephen Salek Dr Yihe Guo Candacy Bush BIOL 150 BIOL 160 BIOL 160 01 06 03 HB1 Dr Khalid Lodhi Dr Grace Chavis Dr Erin White Davesha Worrell BIOL 110 BIOL 330 02 01 02 03 Dr Jonas Okeagu Dr Kristin Delaney Don Clermont CHEM 102 CHEM 102 CHEM 102 CHEM 161 PHYS 121 PHYS 122 01 02 D1 D2 02 01 01 Dr Subir K Nagdas Dr Bidisha Bose Basu Dr Caroline Sloan Dr Darren Pearson Dr Adirahman Abokor Dr Adirahman Abokor Xin Yin CHIN 120 CHIN 120 EC 01 Dr Qu Huiqing Dr Hongbing Zhang Shiyu Zheng CHIN 120 02 Dr Qu Huiqing LaKresha Brown CRJC 220 01 D1 Dr Cesraea Rumpf Delphia Schoenfeld ECON 211 ECON 211 ECON 211 ECON 212 ECON 212 ECON 212 BADM 215 01 02 D45 D46 01 D46 02 D1 01 02 03 Dr Amon Okpala Dr Abdoul Wane Dr Patrick Larkin Dr Amon Okpala Dr Abdoul Wane Dr Mondrail Myrick Dr Carolyn Spillers Alisha Griggs GEOG 210 02 Dr Micheal Pirani Demetrius Leach HIST 110 01 02 Dr Kelli Walsh Christine Cottier HIST 120 HIST 120 02 GU1 Dr Bradley Kadel Dr Sidney Pash Joel Cook HIST 210 01 02 Dr Thomas Hennessey Daria Livingston HIST 211 HIST 212 EC1 EC2 4 Dr Stanley Johnson Arriene Lee HUMN 211 01 Dr Avis Hatcher Briana Williams MATH 123 05 Dr Guanghua Zhao Cassandra Sutton MATH 129 02 Dr Nicoleta Bila De Vonica Mickins NCSI 110 NCSI 110 NCSI 110 NCSI 120 01 02 04 01 03 46 Dr Abdirahman Abokor Dr John Mattox Dr Jainab Khatun Dr Natalia Czado Brittany Koonce PHIL 110 03 04 09 Dr Paul

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/learning-center/supplemental-instruction/meet-your-spring-2016-si-leader (2016-02-17)
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  • Team Meeting Schedule
    11 00am 12 00pm Thursday 2 00pm 3 00pm Christina Cottier Emily Newton Jenifer Vargas Demetrius Leach Melissa Grimes Cleveland Terry Stephanie S Maynard Brittany Koonce Alisha Griggs LaKresha Brown Christina Cottier Shaqwana Wells De Voncia Mickins Joel Cook Shamasha Grant Xin Yin Daria Livingston Demetrius Leach Briana Williams Emily Newton Candacy Bush Alexis Jackson Cassandra Sutton Arriene Lee Paul Malantonio Forms SI Leader Handbook Attendance Sheets Weekly Time Logs

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/learning-center/supplemental-instruction/current-si-leaders (2016-02-17)
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  • SI Spring 2016 Targeted Courses
    212 Principles of Microeconomics FINC 311 Principles of Finance GEOG 110 Environmental Literacy GEOG 210 Principles of Geography GEOG 220 World Regional Geography HIST 110 World History to 1600 HIST 120 World History since 1600 HIST 210 African American History HUMN 211 Humanities Music Art and Ideas I MUSI 210 Music Appreciation PHIL 110 Critical Thinking PHIL 211 Introduction to World Religions PYSC 210 General Psychology SOCI 210 Principles of

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  • Potential SI Leaders
    course with the same instructor that will be teaching the course Fall 2015 Employment is ultimately based on instructor s approval for an SI Leader in his her class Good SI Leader Candidates WILL Be model students who understand the importance and application of effective study skills and strategies Be knowledgeable in course content of one or more of the targeted courses Posses excellent interpersonal communication skills Be able to flexibly work the 10 hours per week according to student needs and availability Possess excellent organizational and time management skills Duties Participate in a required SI Leader Training Workshop TBA Please understand that students unable to attend this training are ineligible to serve as SI Leaders Attend all lectures not labs of the class in which he or she is serving as SI leader Conduct at least three one hour SI sessions each week in which he or she will review class notes conduct quizzes and carry out other activities assignments designed to reinforce material covered in class Keep two office hours each week for session planning prep and to meet with students who are unable to attend SI sessions or may need additional one on one assistance Attend biweekly group training sessions Individual feedback meetings with the SI Coordinator Complete and submit all paperwork on time Conduct a survey in the class to determine the times accessible to all or most of the students in the class Publicize and consistently promote in the classroom and on campus the benefits of attending SI study sessions Maintain complete and accurate data on student attendance in SI sessions Provide information about student attendance to the SI Coordinator Maintain a working relationship with the Instructor through regular meetings collaboration to increase student success Application Interested applicants can access the application from the SI website at http www uncfsu edu learning center supplemental instruction si application An electronic application must also be completed at https jobs uncfsu edu postings 8828 Along with your application please bring in a resume unofficial transcript and 2 completed forms of recommendation One form must be from the instructor s class you are interested in serving as an SI Leader for Supplemental Instruction Leader Application PDF The application deadline is Thursday March 31 2016 and can be submitted to the Helen T Chick Building 001A ALL materials must be turned in together to be considered for employment Submission deadline for fall 2016 is Thursday March 31 2016 Fall 2016 SI Targeted Courses SI s goal is to decrease the failure and withdrawal rate of courses considered to be historically challenging for FSU students We feel that the SI model can work BEST and serve the MOST students within the areas listed below ACCT 211 Principles of Accounting I ACCT 212 Principles of Accounting II ANTH 210 Introduction to Anthropology ART 150 Manga and Sequential Art in World History ART 215 Survey of Global Art BADM 210 Introduction to Global Literacy BADM 215 Business Communications BADM 220 Ethics and Civic

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  • Assessment Reports
    s with its assessment program for students at the mid point of their college experience In all cases student outcomes data have been used to improve opportunities for students to learn Additionally regular and systematic assessment of student satisfaction has resulted in improvements to the overall climate of the FSU campus RESULTS OF OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT PROGRAMS Student Satisfaction Programs and Services Assessment in the Major Alumni Surveys General Education Entry

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/uts/assessment-reports (2016-02-17)
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  • Testing Services Offered
    Program Testing Services Offered University Testing Services offers many programs and services to the Fayetteville State University and local communities including Computerized Placement Tests ACCUPLACER Computer based interest and personality assessments Miller Analogies Test Web based testing Computerized test preparation for the GRE SAT Scanning and scoring test documents surveys and questionnaires for faculty and regional secondary and postsecondary institutions Proctoring Services Other institutions Classroom Make up tests Copyright Fayetteville

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/uts/services (2016-02-17)
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