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The Anderson Learning Center: Supplemental Instruction (SI)

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What is Supplemental Instruction (SI)?

What is Supplemental Instruction? 

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a series of weekly review sessions for students taking historically difficult courses. SI is provided for all students who want to improve their understanding of course material and improve their grades. 

Supplemental Instruction for Summer 2022 

SI Leader - Jessie Brewster  Email:

Session Day, Time, and Location
Course Time Location  
Monday APHY 201-70F 9:00 -10:00 am Zoom - Click Here For Link  
Tuesday APHY 201-71F 1:00 - 2:00 pm Zoom - Click Here For Link  
Wednesday APHY 201-70F 9:00 -10:00 am Zoom - Click Here For Link  
Thursday APHY 201-71F 1:00 - 2:00 pm Zoom - Click Here For Link  


What is in it for me?

What is in it for me? 

If you attend SI sessions regularly, chances are you will earn a better grade. You will have developed a better understanding of course content as well as more effective ways of studying. This will help you in other classes also. 

When does SI review sessions start? 

If your class is participating in SI, on the first day of class, you will fill out a short survey to let the SI leader know your class schedule. Please bring your official schedule of classes with you to the first class period, so you will be able to complete the survey accurately. Each SI leader will setup two or more review sessions per week at times that are best for the majority of you. You can attend just one or both (the choice is yours), and each one will be different because you’ll have new material to discuss. SI review sessions are informal. Bring your notes; bring your textbook; bring your questions. 

What is an SI Leader? 

Have you ever wished you could do something over, knowing what you know now? That’s impossible, but you can come close in SI. SI leaders are students themselves and are prepared to share with you what they have learned over the years about how to study. They know the course content and are anxious to help guide you through it. They’ll be in class with you every day, hearing what you hear and reading what you read. What they won’t do is lecture; their job is to help you think about the lectures you hear and the books you read, and then put it all together into some kind of perspective during SI review sessions so you can learn it more efficiently. 

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