Computer Science (CS2)
Supplemental Instruction Study Session
What is Supplemental Instruction (SI)?
Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academic support model developed by Dr. Deanna Martin at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) in 1973 that uses peer-assisted study sessions to improve student retention and success within targeted historically difficult courses.The SI program provides peer support by having students/SI Leaders who succeeded in traditionally difficult academic courses (e.g., Organic Chemistry, Biology 101, Logic) help other students complete these courses. SI is a non-remedial approach that provides regular review sessions outside of class in which students work collaboratively by discussing readings, comparing notes, working together to predict test items, and sharing ideas for improving class material. Reference: wikipedia
Topics to Cover:
- How to start and design a project
Come & Join the CS Tutors and SI Leaders!
This will be an informal study session to go over topics with your fellow peers. You can meet and network with your SI Leaders and other peers in your class! The staff in the CLC along with your CS instructor has created a unique opportunity to develop a learning community within this Computer Science (CS2) course!
CS2 SI Study Session (1)
Tuesday, March 18th, 12-2pm
This computer lab is located by the aquatic center.
CS2 SI Study Session (2)
Thursday, March 20th, 12-2pm
This computer lab is located on the first floor of the 'D' building lab.
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