NOW HIRING for Fall 23
Please complete the application and have a faculty complete the recommendation.
- Provide academic assistance in the form of Supplemental Instruction in one of the following courses: BIO 1010, BIO 1050, 3310, ZOOL 2250, PSCI 1201, HIST 2600, CHEM 1100, 1110, 2100, 3010, 3020, or other identified courses).
- Participate in professional development activities to improve skills, to continue to grow cultural competence, and reflections skills (including the Asynchronous Orientation, Orientation training, All ISA and other SI meetings)
- Create a professional and welcoming environment by modeling respect for students’ diverse cultures, languages skills, and experiences.
- Utilize active listening and questioning strategies as the primary tutoring method to diagnose student needs, prior knowledge, skills, and monitor progress.
- Work in a collaborative and interactive learning process with the students: using facilitating techniques and collaborative learning techniques.
- Guide student participation, evaluate student performance, and provide appropriate feedback and encouragement.
- Provide strategies on how to learn through study strategies (i.e. time management, note- taking, textbook reading, test taking)
- Maintain neat, up to date, accurate and complete records, and help to maintain an orderly work environment.
- Utilize feedback and reflection to improve practice.
- Recognize primary role to help students learn and become more confident, more successful, self-directed learners. Be direct and kind with students at the same time.
- Make appropriate referrals to other campus and community resources.
- Attend all class meetings of the selected course, take notes, and read all assigned material including texts and supplemental readings.
- Plan and facilitate two to three (2-3) study sessions per week throughout the semester using strategies learned through the SIL training workshop.
- Take student attendance records during SI session.
- Regularly meet with SI Supervisor and SI Mentor for debriefing sessions.
- Provide extra SI sessions as necessary before exams.
- Maintain contact throughout the semester with professor teaching the course.
- Undergraduate student at Stanislaus State
- An overall GPA of 3.0 or more on a 4-point scale
- Must show content-competency in the course(s) in which study sessions will be led, generally determined by the professor and generally determined by a grade of "B" or better.
- Strong organization, interpersonal, and communication skills
- Maintain punctuality and consistent attendance.
- Work under pressure and appropriately handle difficult situations.
- Committed to helping others and working with a team.
- Open-minded, flexible, and adaptable to change.
- Possess self-motivation, willingness to accept supervision and constructive feedback.
- Ability to implement recommendations for improvement.
- Ability to work in a diverse environment with a variety of students.
- Demonstrated above-average creative problem-solving, critical thinking, patience, and decision-making skills
- Must be available to attend a training before the semester starts and
- Attend weekly training meetings throughout the semester.
- Junior or Senior Classification
- Prior enrollment with the professor teaching the course
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Updated: October 09, 2023