Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a program where a current undergraduate student assists a professor in delivering course material by providing a peer-delivered format. The use of SI has varied across disciplines and there are many examples of its success (Blanc, DeBuhr, and Martin 1983; Wright, Wright, and Lamb 2002). This paper provides a critical examination of the implementation using views from both the SI leader’s and the professor’s perspective, a description of SI, and the authors’ personal experiences with the program at Western New England College.
Michael J. Enz and James E. Tierney
Enz, M., & Tierney, J. (2016). Advice on Implementing Supplemental Instruction in an Introductory Level Economics Course. Journal of Economics Teaching, 1(2), 110-117. DOI: 10.58311/jeconteach/5d9f422c2d0690e136e3af85aa7ebbe5e64c6b11