A Learning Profile is developed for each student participating in the program. This Profile is designed to help the student become a more strategic, active, and independent learner by better understanding individual learning styles and identifying strategies which facilitate learning. The Profile indicates appropriate levels of support and accommodation for each individual. Students are encouraged to share their Profiles with their instructors.
DISABILITIES SUPPORT PROGRAM
LEARNING DIFFERENCES PROGRAM
STUDENT: Jane Doe SEMESTER: Spring 2010
MAJOR: Undecided STATUS: Freshman
*Strong visual-learning style
ACADEMIC AREAS TO ADDRESS:
*LD tutorial support on a regularly scheduled basis
*Assistance with studying for tests and with test-taking strategies
*Supplemental class notetaker if requested
*Extended time for exams and quizzes (arrangements for each exam or quiz should be made in advance)
*Take exams and quizzes in an alternative environment
*Utilize a daily/monthly planner (electronic or other)
*Begin assignments (especially papers) as early as possible
I have discussed this plan with SVC Learning Differences Staff and give them permission to share the information on this profile with appropriate professional personnel at SVC.
Student’s signature Date
LD specialist’s signature Date
Jennifer Ufnar - Instructor, the Division of Science & Technology.
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