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8th Regional Conference on Supplemental Instruction

May 23-26, 2017

Sponsored by the Academic Success Center, Texas A&M University

 
Purpose
 
Whether you are thinking about starting an SI Program or have a well-established program, this conference is a place to learn from each other. One of the most beneficial parts of attending the International Conference on Supplemental Instruction is the time spent collaborating with people from other programs. This regional conference provides a forum for academic administrators, SI professionals, SI faculty, SI leaders, and others interested in peer education to share experiences, concerns, challenges, and success.

Pre-conference Workshop:   SI Full Circle: Sharing 20 Years of SI Experience with Leader Recruiting,                                                          Training, Supervision and Program Assessment
 
This pre-conference workshop offers an in-depth exploration of successful practices for: (1) recruiting a diverse team of qualified SI leaders; (2) delivering inclusive multi-tiered training programs; (3) supervising for leadership development and accountability; and (4) integrating program assessment practices that promote quality, sustainability and growth. Whether starting a new program or expanding and streamlining an established program, participants will gain valuable knowledge along with an abundance of practical tips and tools. 
 
Presenters:     Maggie Floyd, Director Supplemental Instruction
                        Tiffany Sullivan, Assistant Director Supplemental Instruction
                        Erik Oviedo, Program Coordinator Supplemental Instruction
                        University of Texas at San Antonio

Who Should Attend
 
Anyone interested in Supplemental Instruction and Peer Education -- academic administrators, SI professionals, learning center personnel, and student affairs professions who are connected to SI or peer education, and SI leaders.
 
If you have questions, please contact Academic Success Center at 979-458-4900 or by e-mail at pasconferences@tamu.edu.