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MSJC Supplemental Instruction (SI). SI Coordinator: Janice Levasseur, M.S. MVC Math Center Coordinator Instructor of Mathematics. In Our Students’ Words. “SI sessions were enlightening, engaging, interesting and helped me understand the many topics we covered.” ~ SI Student, Hist 112

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Msjc supplemental instruction si

MSJCSupplemental Instruction (SI)

SI Coordinator: Janice Levasseur, M.S.

MVC Math Center Coordinator

Instructor of Mathematics


In our students words
In Our Students’ Words . . .

  • “SI sessions were enlightening, engaging, interesting and helped me understand the many topics we covered.” ~ SI Student, Hist 112

  • “SI sessions helped me understand material that I wasn’t clear on in lecture.” ~ SI Student, Math 110

  • “SI better helped me understand the homework and the material taught in class. Every class should have SI.” ~ SI Student, Math 090


Supplemental instruction si
Supplemental Instruction (SI)

  • proven comprehensive form of on-going student support

  • puts in to place the structure of a successful-student practice, group study

  • “Students who study together learn two and a half times as much in the same amount of time as students who study alone.”

  • Johnson, R. T. , & Johnson, D. W. (1986). Action research: Cooperative learning in the science classroom. Science and Children, 24, 31 – 32. See also: Johnson, D. , Maryuyama, G., Johnson, R., Nelson, D., & Skon, L. (1981). The effects of cooperative, competitive and individualistic goal structure on achievement: A meta-analysis. Psychological Bulletin, 89, 47 – 62.


  • SI Leader, a model student, facilitates out-of-class review sessions that incorporates what to learn (course content) with how to learn it (study skills).

  • Student participation is voluntary

  • Historical and in-house data suggests that students who participate in SI have higher success and retention rates.


Msjc results fall 06 spring 09
MSJC Results sessions that incorporates Fall 06 – Spring 09

SI success 74%

NonSI success 48%

28%

11%

  • Census Enrollment: 1542 SI Group: 755 (49%)

  • Student Contact: 4767.5 Hours

  • SI GPA: 2.68 Non SI GPA: 2.00


Class selection
Class Selection sessions that incorporates

  • Historical In-house Data

    • MSJC Grades – identify “difficult” courses

      • < 60% success rate and > 20% Withdrawal rate

  • Grant Funding

    • BSI – basic skills math and English

    • STEM – transfer level math and science

  • Instructor

  • Instructor-SIL match


Future of si at msjc
Future of SI at MSJC sessions that incorporates

  • District SI Coordinator in place

  • Continued Funding

    • LRC, Grants (BSI, STEM)

  • Student and Instructor requests

  • Viable Form of Student Support


More information
More Information sessions that incorporates

  • Data available by

    • Site (MVC, SJC)

    • Funding (STEM, BSI)

    • Class

  • Contact Janice Levasseur


Msjc mvc results fall 06 spring 09
MSJC – MVC Results sessions that incorporates Fall 06 – Spring 09

SI success 73%

NonSI success 46%

29%

11%

  • Census Enrollment: 1220 SI Group: 615 (50%)

  • Student Contact: 3729.5 Hours

  • SI GPA: 2.64 Non SI GPA: 2.00


Msjc sjc results spring 09
MSJC – SJC Results sessions that incorporates Spring 09

SI success 78%

NonSI success 54%

26%

13%

  • Census Enrollment: 322 SI Group: 140 (44%)

  • Student Contact: 1038 Hours

  • SI GPA: 2.74 Non SI GPA: 2.13


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