Looking for an effective teaching-learning strategy to impact student success and graduation rates while closing equity gaps? CSU Academic Technology Services hosted a two-hour webinar on Supplemental Instruction (SI), a high impact practice many of our campuses are using to make significant progress toward the goals of Graduation Initiative 2025. This event took place on April 6, 2018, with recordings and slides available below.
AGENDA: The symposium began with a keynote address from Dr. Julie Collins, Executive Director of The International Center for Supplemental Instruction, based at University of Missouri-Kansas City, the founding institution for Supplemental Instruction. In addition, we had presentations from some of our award-winning CSU campus SI programs who described effective SI implementation and outcomes, including extensive data demonstrating significant impacts on student success. Each presentation included time for participant questions. For further details, see the SI Symposium agenda.
- Welcome and Keynote “SI as an Enduring High Impact Practice” (recording, slides)
- “SI as Evidence-Based Practice to Increase Student Success” (recording, slides)
- “What is Supplemental Instruction and How Does it Work?” (recording, slides)
- “Strengthening Institutional Relationships: A Data-Driven Approach to SI” (recording, slides)
If you have questions regarding this event or SI support for your campus, please contact Brett Christie (firstname.lastname@example.org). Further information is also available at the CSU SI website.