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Steven Anthony

What is your major?

Nursing

What year in school are you?

Second-year

Interesting fact?

I have webbed toes that actually changes the way my feet move. I also think I’ve used my feet as show and tell every single year of my life.

What do you do outside of being a busy student?

I like to learn foreign languages. I think that the more languages you know the more you understand about culture and society. Plus, it’s super fun to speak with someone who is from a different background than me. I also like to play guitar; I can’t sing songs in other languages, though. I’m working on it.

How many semesters have you been facilitating?

One 

Which courses do you facilitate for now, or have in the past?

BIOL 1107K

What are your long-term goals, and how does SI (Supplemental Instruction) relate to those?

My long-term goal is to be an RN in a pediatric hospital. Although if the nursing goal doesn’t work I also want to be a teacher/professor. SI provides great practice.

What is your favorite SI moment?

Hearing how well my regular students did on their first test and their confidence. They mentioned their surprise but they really worked for it so it made me feel really proud and happy for them.

What have you gained from being an SI facilitator?

The ability to lead a crowd. I realize how important structure and planning is and this has been great practice for it.

What study tips/techniques do you have for students?

Always think of these concepts to use in later classes. Biology continues to build off each other so always use concept maps or whatever technique works for you to connect these concepts because most of this will repeat itself. For example, we had to know the functional groups for my A & P class, which was the fourth chapter of the very first biology. It always builds off each other.

What do you like/what excites you about the material you SI for?

I think functional groups and macromolecules are awesome. It’s interesting to know that all of these little molecules make up almost everything we view as so important in our life.

What has been your favorite collaborative learning technique (CLT) that you have done in your sessions?

I like combining concept maps with drawings. It combines visual, auditory (when you walk through it verbally), and kinesthetic. So this way every type of learner is engaged. 

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