Overview

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a non-remedial approach to learning that supports students towards academic success by integrating “what to learn” with “how to learn.” 

SI is a free service and recommended to all students.  SI consists of regularly scheduled, voluntary, out-of-class group study sessions driven by students’ needs. Sessions are facilitated by trained Peer Leaders who utilize collaborative activities to ensure peer-to-peer interaction in small groups. 

During SI sessions students compare notes, discuss readings, develop study skills and predict test questions.  SI is implemented in high-risk courses in consultation with academic staff and supported and evaluated by a trained supervisor. 

 

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SI Online

SI Online is a new SADS initiative to render support in selected courses to students at a distance or on-line to on-campus students who are not able to attend egular scheduled SI sessions.  

Distance students are seeking intellectual connections and community and face challenges that can be effectively addressed through SI at the various off-campus centres either through SI Peer Leaders engaging with them at the off-campus centres, or via on-line mode from the University.

 

SI Coordinators

Mahikeng Campus

  
 
Mittah Malebo Magodielo
+27 (0)18 389 2381
Building A3, Block D, Office G86
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
  
 
 

 

 

 

Potchefstroom Campus

        
 
Charl Nel
+27 (0)18 299 2902
Building E8, Room K19
 
       
 
Rodney Nel
+27 (0)18 299 2380
Building E8, Room K24
 
       
 
Annemarie Pretorius
+27 (0)18 299 2105
Building E8, Room K16
        
 
 

Vanderbijlpark Campus

       
 
Jani Kuhn
+ 27 (0)16 910 3680
Building 13, Room SL319