id: 02316558
dt: a
an: 1997b.00866
au: Burmeister, S.L.; Kenney, P.A.; Nice, D.L.
ti: Analysis of effectiveness of supplemental instruction (SI) sessions for
college algebra, calculus, and statistics.
so: Kaput, Jim (ed.) et al., Research in collegiate mathematics education. II.
Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society (AMS) (ISBN
0-8218-0382-4). CBMS Issues in Mathematics Education 6, 145-154 (1996).
py: 1996
pu: Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society (AMS)
la: EN
cc: D45
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ab: Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a model of out-of-class learning
assistance widely used in American institutions of higher education. In
this paper, the authors examine the data from 177 courses in
mathematics for which SI support was given. The data indicate that SI
support aids student success in these courses.
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