Supplemental Instruction Support Services - Faculty Application for Spring 2020- Due Friday, December 6th.
Please answer all the questions below. For more details about the program, visit the Faculty Information page at: https://www.lbcc.edu/post/si-tutoring-programs-faculty-information.
The Learning and Academic Resources Department will have enough funding to support approximately 15 courses. Please list your requests below in order of priority. Priority will be given to courses with low success rates, high number of sections being taught, history of strong attendance and availability of qualified SI Leaders.
Name of faculty requesting SI *
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Contact information (email/phone extension) *
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Department *
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Have you ever had SI support before? *
Course Name (#1)
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Total number of sections you are teaching for this course (LAC/PCC).
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Day/Time of Class Meeting
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Course Name (#2)
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Total number of sections you are teaching for this course (LAC/PCC).
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Day/Time of Class Meeting
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SI Leader Student Recommendations
Please provide name and contact information for the student(s) you would like to work with. If this is a new recommendation for you, please submit an Academic Reference Form: https://www.lbcc.edu/sites/main/files/file-attachments/success-center-academic-ref.pdf. Online Academic Reference Form: https://goo.gl/forms/vehCdFCVuF0A1cM32. We recommend referring at least two potential candidates for interviewing and screening.

For more information about requirements to be an SI Leader, go to:
https://www.lbcc.edu/post/apply-be-supplemental-instruction-leader

Please note that we will begin SI Leader screening interviews Monday, December 9th.
Student #1 name, ID # and email and or phone number
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Student #2 name, ID # and email and or phone number
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Student #3 name, ID # and email and or phone number
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In an effort to increase student attendance in SI Sessions, we would like to explore offering extra credit for attendance. Students would need to attend a minimum number of SI sessions (or tutoring sessions as an alternative option for support) before qualifying for the extra credit points. The specifics would be up to the professor. If this is something you would be interested in trying, please let us know. We will be tracking your attendance separately.
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