A student’s differentiated level is determined by their profile. The three levels of differentiation are:
Level 3: Unique learners who benefit from level three cognitive learning supports may typically learn to read text, produce simple writing, perform basic math processes and demonstrate comprehension of modified content learning information. These students typically perform tasks with the greatest degree of independence.
Level 2: Unique learners who benefit from level two cognitive learning supports may require picture support and other direct support in learning to input and produce information related to reading, writing or math or to demonstrate comprehension.
Level 1: Unique learners who benefit from level one cognitive learning supports may require maximum support within all instructional tasks. For these students, increasing the level of participation and demonstrating an active participation response is the main objective. Students who require level one supports typically do not make distinct or consistent choices. For these students, increasing the level of participation is the main objective.