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MSJC Fall 2009 BSI Supplemental Instruction (SI). MSJC SI Coordinator: Janice Levasseur, M.S. MVC Math Center Coordinator Instructor of Mathematics. SI Elements:. Course Selection historically difficult courses funding SI (student) Leader passed course with an ‘A’

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Msjc fall 2009 bsi supplemental instruction si

MSJC Fall 2009 BSISupplemental Instruction (SI)

MSJC SI Coordinator: Janice Levasseur, M.S.

MVC Math Center Coordinator

Instructor of Mathematics


SI Elements:

  • Course Selection

    • historically difficultcourses

    • funding

  • SI (student) Leader

    • passed course with an ‘A’

    • paid for attending all classes

    • does not re-lecture

    • leads/facilitatesdiscussion

    • shares study strategies

    • viewed as a peer

  • SI (review) Sessions

    • ‘ two’ one hour sessions per wk

    • planned around students

    • group study/participation

  • Participation

    • attended at least oneSI session

    • attendance is voluntary


Courses - 9 Sections supported

SJC – 4 sections

Math 50, 51, 90, 96

MVC – 5 sections

Math 50, 90 (2), Engl 62, Engl 98

Coordination

District Coordinator: Janice Levasseur

SI Mentors: SJC – Evelyn Menz, MVC – Michelle

Eynon

Fall 2009 MSJC BSI SI

Source: MSJC SI Coordinator – Janice Levasseur

Compiled: MSJC R&P Dept. – XCHAS Ext7073 - 1/31/10


Census enrollment - 328 students

139 SI students (42% participation rate)

SJC – 70 SI students (out of 158 - 44%)

MVC – 69 SI students ( out of 170 - 41%)

74 SI students (53%) attended 5+ SI sessions

Contact hours

1060 student contact hours with SI Leaders

SJC – 401 hours

MVC – 659 hours

BSI SI Data

Source: MSJC SI Coordinator – Janice Levasseur

Compiled: MSJC R&P Dept. – XCHAS Ext7073 - 1/31/10


SI Participants attended on average 7.6 sessions

The mean # of students per session was 4.4

A SI session requires an estimated 3 students to be cost effective.

7.6

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Source: MSJC SI Coordinator – Janice Levasseur

Compiled: MSJC R&P Dept. – XCHAS Ext7073 - 1/31/10


Increased course grades

2.34 SI vs. 1.64 non-SI

Decreased attrition rates

14.4% SI vs. 27.5% non-SI

Increased success rates

63.3% SI vs. 41.8% non-SI

District Benefits

Source: MSJC SI Coordinator – Janice Levasseur

Compiled: MSJC R&P Dept. – XCHAS Ext7073 - 1/31/10


Msjc bsi si results fall 09
MSJC BSI SI ResultsFall 09

SI success 63.3%

NonSI success 41.8%

27.5%

14.4%

328 Students (census) 139 SI Students (42%)

SI GPA: 2.34 Non SI GPA: 1.64

Source: MSJC SI Coordinator – Janice Levasseur

Compiled: MSJC R&P Dept. – XCHAS Ext7073 - 1/31/10


Grade point average si versus non si group
Grade Point AverageSI versus Non-SI group

The mean final grade average of the SI participants 2.34 was 0.70 higher than the non-SI participants.

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Source: MSJC SI Coordinator – Janice Levasseur

Compiled: MSJC R&P Dept. – XCHAS Ext7073 - 1/31/10


43%of all SJC SI participants attended 5 or more SI sessions.

59% of all MVC SI participants attended 5 or more SI sessions.

# of SI Sessions Attended

Mean Final Grade Average

The students who attend regularly benefit more from SI than those who only attend before exams.

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Source: MSJC SI Coordinator – Janice Levasseur

Compiled: MSJC R&P Dept. – XCHAS Ext7073 - 1/31/10


SI effective form of academic supportfor BSI classes

63.3% success rate for SI participants vs. 41.8% success rate for non-SI participants

F09 realized the first successful outcome in Math 96 – will consider reinstating support if funding is available.

Benefits for BSI SI participants

incorporation of study skills

building a connection to peers and college

extra support during crucial time in education

SI challenges:

space – introduction of college hour helped but is not the cure

availability of SI leaders – can’t set the SI schedule till they register

SI Leaders  early registration?

funding needed for SI Mentors – 35 sections of SI (12 BSI supported) in Sp 10 semester

trained & experienced

help with SI Leader observations)

Key Findings and Next Steps

Source: MSJC SI Coordinator – Janice Levasseur

Compiled: MSJC R&P Dept. – XCHAS Ext7073 - 1/31/10


Break outs
Break-outs

  • Fall 2009 BSI SJC

  • Fall 2009 BSI MVC

  • Historical Perspective MVC F’07 thru F’09

    • Success Rates

    • Attrition Rates

Source: MSJC SI Coordinator – Janice Levasseur

Compiled: MSJC R&P Dept. – XCHAS Ext7073 - 1/31/10


Msjc sjc bsi results fall 09
MSJC – SJC BSI ResultsFall 09

SI success 56%

NonSI success 44%

24%

17%

  • Census Enrollment: 158 SI Group: 70 (44%)

  • Student Contact: 401 Hours

  • SI GPA: 2.40 Non SI GPA: 1.75


Msjc mvc bsi results fall 09
MSJC – MVC BSI ResultsFall 09

SI success 71%

NonSI success 40%

31%

12%

  • Census Enrollment: 170 SI Group: 69 (41%)

  • Student Contact: 659 Hours

  • SI GPA: 2.38 Non SI GPA: 1.52


Mvc success rates f 07 thru f 09
MVC Success Rates F’07 thru F’09

SI participants had the highest success rates, followed by the success rates when SI was not present in class, and lastly the success rates for those who elected to not participate in SI.

* Math 96 has consistently produced up-side-down results at MVC (support was cut after the F’09 semester.)

Source: MSJC SI Coordinator – Janice Levasseur

Compiled: MSJC R&P Dept. – XCHAS Ext7073 - 1/31/10


Mvc attrition rates f 07 thru f 09
MVC Attrition Rates F’07 thru F’09

SI participants had the lowest attrition rates, followed by the attrition rates when SI was not present in class, and lastly the attrition rates for those who elected to not participate in SI.

Source: MSJC SI Coordinator – Janice Levasseur

Compiled: MSJC R&P Dept. – XCHAS Ext7073 - 1/31/10


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