Breakout and Poster Sessions – Presentations and Materials

Thursday, May 24, 2018

2:30 p.m.

SI Community Development – Beth DeVerna, Oakland University

How SI Impacts the Leaders, Current and Past – Tanu Altomare, Yazmin Trujillo, Jaspaul Uppal, University of Houston-Downtown

3:30 p.m.

Making Observations Matter – Rachel Cordy, Kent State University

In a School of Fish, How Does One Fish Stand Out? Managing Large Teams – Karen Gonzalez, University of Arizona

Pass or Fail? An In-Depth Examination of Mandatory SI Attendance – Aaron Anderson and Brecken Wellborn, University of North Texas

How to Make SI Sessions Rewarding for Everyone, Despite Large Differences in Subject Knowledge – Matilda Lundin, Lund University

Friday, May 25, 2018

Poster Sessions

The Role and Impact of Supplemental Instruction in Accelerated Developmental Math Courses – Tanu Altomare, Moises Nuñez, and Ignacio Hernandez, University of Houston-Downtown

Major Forces in Non-Majors Courses: Shaping the SI Experience for Urban Education Students – Tanu Altomare, Stephanie Ibe, and Jonathan Genesee, University of Houston-Downtown

How SI Impacts the Leaders, Current and Past – Tanu Altomare, Lily Mejia, and Alicia Garcia, University of Houston-Downtown

10:30 a.m.

Attendance Numbers at SI/PASS Sessions–How do They Affect Learning Conditions? – Joakim Malm, Arthur Holmer, and Johan Fredriksson, Lund University

Training PAL/SI Leaders in Cultural Competency – Mary Lilly, University of Minnesota

Using Supplemental Instruction as a High School Success & College Access Strategy – Teresa Thompson-Pinckney and Saquanta Marrow, Fayetteville State University

11:30 a.m.

Effects of Involvement in SI on SI/LEAP Leaders – Amber Kemppainen and Amy Hamlin, Michigan Technological University

Supplemental Instruction in an Academic Health Science Center: The Cornerstone of a Nursing Student Success Center – Vanessa Meling and David Byrd, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

Leveraging Online PASS Leader Training to Promote Integrative and Collaborative Learning – Jennifer Grimm and Lisa Moser, Old Dominion University

The IESIC: A Model of Collaboration Among Colleges and Universities – James Graham, California State University-San Bernardino; Janice Levasseur and Kathalena Rios, Mt. San Jacinto College; Arezoo Marashi, Norco College; Rebecca Moon-Stone, Riverside City College

Breaking Down the Problem: New SI Session Strategies for Approaching Complex Word Problems – Christia Stein, University of Missouri-Kansas City

The Transferable Skills of SI Leaders: Acquisition, Application, and Assessment – Ko Yang, Nancy Rosales, Tony Losongco, Crystina Ciula, Sarah Rogers, Miklo Delgado, and Itzcalli Pizano, California State University-Fresno

1:40 p.m.

“What Are You Going To Do, Fire Me?” Identifying and Re-energizing SI Leaders Who Aren’t Effectively Doing Their Jobs – Alex Owens, Missouri Western State University

SI Going to the Corporate World: A Pilot Project of How SI Has Been Used at IKEA – Leif Bryngfors, Lund University; Harald Berg, IKEA

SI Leader Award Winner: Homaira Hamidzada

2:50 p.m.

How SI Leaders Experience Transformative Learning as a Result of Serving in a Peer Leadership Role in Higher Education – Neva Lozada, Monmouth University

Enhancing the Impact and Presence of Supplemental Instruction Through Volunteer Leaders – Kerrie Martin, University of Toronto-Mississauga

How Can a Community College Sustain a Successful Supplemental Instruction (SI) Program? – Christine Bell, Beth Kelley, Timothy Murphy, and Mathew Rondeau, Middlesex Community College

3:50 p.m.

The Soft Values of SI: Using Surveys to Assist in Providing Quality Assurance for an SI Program – Joakim Malm, Leif Bryngfors, and Lise-Lotte Mörner, Lund University

In (or out of) Perspective: SI Leader Training that Promotes Safe Harbors – Kimberly Sides-Steiger, Metropolitan Community College-Kansas City

Pilot, Revise, Pitch and Scale (PRePS): Implementing a Data-informed Practice for Academic Support Programming – Claudia McDavis and David Brooking, Mississippi University for Women

Incorporating Cultural Competency into Your SI Program – Amanda Remnant, Ohio University

Senior SI Leaders as Mentors and Managers – Brecken Wellborn and Aaron Anderson, University of North Texas

Saturday, May 26, 2018

Poster Sessions

Comparing the Effectiveness of Modified Supplemental Instruction to Peer Tutoring Across Two Entry-to-Practice Nursing Programs

Fostering a Collaborative and Feedback-Driven SI Team – Joelle Curry, Carroll University

10:30 a.m.

SI Observation Volunteers: A Program to Develop Current and Future SI Leaders at UNLV – Michael Ramirez, University of Nevada-Las Vegas

A New Approach for a “New Mainstream Population”: Integrating Culturally Responsive Pedagogy in Supplemental Instruction (SI) to Foster Inclusivity – Tina Jordan and Hsiang “Sean” Liu, California State University-Sacramento

1:40 p.m.

Building a Community in SI Sessions: Training and Implementation – Kirk Skoglund, Northwest Missouri State University

How Supplemental Instruction and Course Redesign Changed the Way Students Learn at the University of Houston-Downtown – Tanu Altomare and Ashley Moreno-Gongora, University of Houston-Downtown

2:40 p.m.

The Bridge Over Troubled Waters: Using SI to Support First-Year Students in a Summer Transition Program – Chesney Reich, Western Carolina University

Leading While Learning, Learning While Leading – Jessica Elam and Sarah Shin, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Understanding Behaviors of Attendance to Supplemental Instruction and Subsequent Academic Success in a First Year Engineering Course – Nina Telang and Nisha Abraham, University of Texas at Austin

Beyond the SI Leader Experience – Christine Huang and Francesca Fernandes, Wayne State University