FSG Resources Page

Supplemental Instruction in Canada

University of Guelph. (n.d.). Supplemental instruction in Canada. Retrieved from https://canadiansi.uoguelph.ca/

International Supplemental Instruction

University of Missouri-Kansas City. (2017). The international center for supplemental instruction. Retrieved from http://info.umkc.edu/si/

University of Missouri-Kansas City. (2017). Journal. Retrieved from http://info.umkc.edu/si/journal/

University of Missouri-Kansas City. (2017). SI Conference 2014: Sampling of the presentations from the international conference 2014. Retrieved from http://info.umkc.edu/si/2014-2/

University of Missouri-Kansas City. (2017). SI Conference 2016: Session breakout titles. Retrieved from http://info.umkc.edu/si/2016-2/session-breakout-titles/

Best Practices:

Blanc, R. A., DeBuhr L. E. & Martin, D. C. (1983). Breaking the attrition cycle: The effects of supplemental
instruction on undergraduate performance and attrition. The Journal of Higher Education, 54(1), 80-90.

Burmeister, S. (2013). Supplemental instruction: An interview with Deanna Martin. Journal of Developmental Education, 20 (1), 22-26.

Hurley, M., & Gilbert, M. (2008). Basic supplemental instruction model. In M.E. Stone & G. Jacobs (Eds.), Supplemental instruction: Improving first-year student success in high-risk courses (Monograph No. 7, 3rd ed., pp 1-10) Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina, National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition.

Hurley, M., & Gilbert, M. (2008). Research on the effectiveness of supplemental instruction. In M.E. Stone & G. Jacobs (Eds.), Supplemental instruction: Improving first-year student success in high-risk courses (Monograph No. 7, 3rd ed., pp 11-20) Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina, National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition.

Jacobs, G., & Stone, M.E. (2008). Jacobs & Stone, 2008. In M.E. Stone & G. Jacobs (Eds.), Supplemental instruction: Improving first-year student success in high-risk courses (Monograph No. 7, 3rd ed., pp i-vi) Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina, National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition.

McDaniel, A. (2008). Recruiting and training supplemental instruction leaders. In M.E. Stone & G. Jacobs (Eds.), Supplemental instruction: Improving first-year student success in high-risk courses (Monograph No. 7, 3rd ed., pp 39-56) Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina, National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition.

Wilcox, F.K., & Jacobs, G. (2008). Thirty-five years of supplemental instruction: Reflections on study groups and student learning. In M.E. Stone & G. Jacobs (Eds.), Supplemental instruction: Improving first-year student success in high-risk courses (Monograph No. 7, 3rd ed., pp vii-x) Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina, National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition.

Zerger, S. (2008). Strategies for adapting supplemental instruction to specific academic disciplines. In M.E. Stone & G. Jacobs (Eds.), Supplemental instruction: Improving first-year student success in high-risk courses (Monograph No. 7, 3rd ed., pp 57-66) Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina, National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition.

Zerger, S. (2008). Theoretical frameworks that inform the supplemental instruction model. In M.E. Stone & G. Jacobs (Eds.), Supplemental instruction: Improving first-year student success in high-risk courses (Monograph No. 7, 3rd ed., pp 21-28) Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina, National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition.