University of Vermont

The Center on Disability and Community Inclusion (CDCI)

CDCI Learning Center

graphic of hands being raised in class CDCI faculty teach a variety of courses related to the lives of people with disabilities. A list of these courses is provided here with links to additional information.

The courses may not be offered each semester or each year. Visit the UVM catalogue: UVM course catalogue page or contact us for further information.

ISE Sequence Courses

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Other CDCI Courses:

  • ECSP 211 - Assessment in Early Interventionists and Early Childhood Special Education
    Overview of the strengths and limitations of traditional and nontraditional assessments; legal responsibilities, eligibility, family, and cultural aspects of early intervention and early childhood special education.
  • For questions email Jennifer Hurley, Program Coordinator:

  • EDSP 200 - Participatory Action Research in Disability
    This course offers an overview of participatory action research. The purpose of the course is to explore ways to include the community/participants in the research process. Students will conduct a PAR project.
  • For questions email Dr. Susan Ryan, CDCI Executive Director:

  • EDSP 200 - Introduction to Technology for Living and Learning
    This course introduces the use of technology, (assistive, adaptive, and mainstream) in the general education classroom and beyond. The focus is on technologies useful in student and consumer participation in everyday activities that are meaningful to them, and allows them to meet their own goals. The course is in-person and distance accessible.
  • For questions email Marie-Christine Potvin:

  • EDSP 274 - Culture of Disability
    Students will explore the medical, social, cultural and political experience of disability through readings, fieldwork, and presentations. Topics covered include disability history and cultural meaning; rehabilitation: the medical model and beyond; self-help and social change movements; and explorations of disability narrative in art and literature.
  • For more information visit: Certificate of Disability Program website: Culture of Disability Course

  • EDSP 295 - BEST Institute
    A two week institute on Building Effective Support for Teaching Students with Behavioral Challenges (BEST). Students will learn strategies for improving and strengthening the systems, data and practices within a multi-tiered framework of school supports. They will learn about programs, curricula, practices or activities that emphasize positive, research-based strategies and supports for all of our students.
  • For more information visit: BEST website or contact Anne Dubie, BEST Project Administrative Support:

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