About Supplemental Instruction at Peer Connections
Peer Connections Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leaders support students who are enrolled
in 'bottleneck' courses - subjects that are required but that also have a higher failure
rate, such that a student who receives a failing grade may have delayed progress in
their major. SI Leaders attend their assigned class and facilitate workshops and study
sessions outside of the regularly scheduled class time. These sessions are focused
on active student involvement and incorporate both content and learning strategies.
I'm a student - how can I attend an SI Session?
If your course has an SI Leader, you will know on the first day of class! The SI Leader will introduce themselves and let you know when they will be holding SI Sessions. You can attend as many or as few SI Sessions as you'd like.
You can also look at our playlists of Virtual SI Sessions, which are recorded sessions available on YouTube! We currently have Virtual SI Sessions available for Biol 30, Chem 1A, CS 46A, Physics 49, and Physics 50.
I'm a faculty member - how can I get an SI Leader to assist with my course?
If you'd like to collaborate with Peer Connections and sign up to work with an SI Leader, click here for more information on our requirements, appplication, and current deadlines.