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Disclaimer
updated: 01/08/09
by: rhayes@ou.edu

Supplemental Instruction: A Proven Tool for Improving Student Performance and Retention

presented by

Fiona Brantley, Kennesaw State University
Ralph Rascati, Kennesaw State University

Date of webinar: June 12, 2013

*Materials for this webinar are not currently available.

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Abstract

The Supplemental Instruction (SI) program at Kennesaw State University was piloted in spring 2006 as one of the initiatives aimed at improving retention, progression and graduation (RPG) rates. This program is an academic support program that targets historically difficult courses. It utilizes a non-remedial, collaborative approach to learning that increases student performance and retention by offering peer-led, regularly scheduled, out-of-class review sessions. SI allows the various constituencies on campus to come together to help our students succeed. This presentation will share details regarding the programís growth, successes, challenges and evaluation as we continue to impact student performance and retention.

 

 

 

The Consortium for Student Retention Data Exchange at the University of Oklahoma is a consortium of two-year and four-year institutions dedicated to achieving the highest levels of student success through collaboratively sharing data, knowledge, and innovation.

CSRDE is a sponsored activity of the Center for Institutional Data Exchange and Analysis at

The University of Oklahoma Outreach
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