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The Center on Disability and Community Inclusion (CDCI)

CDCI Bookstore

All products offered here have been written and produced by CDCI Faculty.

To download an order form please click here (pdf). Print and mail in with payment.

For more information, contact:
Michaella Collins
802-656-5785 (Direct line)
802-656-4031 (CDCI Main line)
e-mail: Michaella Collins

 

Full Circle DVD Video
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Description:This 10 minute DVD video tells the story of a Vermont family struggling to stay together. Full Circle explores how the Peer Navigators of the Green Mountain Family Support Project 360 built a circle around a mother with disabilities and her child. (Closed captioned)

Publication date: 2007

Running time: 10 min.

Price: $15

The Supportive Classroom
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Author(s): Wes Williams, Timothy Fox, Wayne Fox, Kelly Roche, Jennifer Prue, Linda Farr, and Ann Dillenbeck

Description: A Curriculum for Creating Safe and Supportive Classroom Environments. The manual describes components of the model, with sample teaching strategies, including collaborative teaming techniques and positive behavior support planning guidelines.

A 14 minute video is also available (VHS format) and provides an overview of the model from the perspective of Vermont teachers and students. (Closed Captioned) Video is $5.00 extra.

Publication date: 2001

Pages: 170

Price: $25 per manual

 

Prevention Teaching & Responding
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Author(s): Ruth Hamilton, Julie Welkowitz, Sally deOliva Mandeville, Jennifer Prue, and Timothy Fox

Description: A Planning Team Process for Supporting Students with Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties in Regular Education

Publication date: 1995

Pages: 146

Price: $20

 

A Positive Approach to Understanding and Addressing
Challenging Behaviors
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Author(s): Karen Topper, Wes Williams, Kelly Leo, Ruth Hamilton, and Tim Fox

Description: Supporting Educators and Families to Include Students with Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties in Regular Education

Publication date: 1994

Pages: 106

Price: $20

 

The TEEM Manual
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Author(s): Jane Ross-Allen, Michael Conn-Powere, Wayne L. Fox

Description: A manual to support the transition of young children with special needs and their families from preschool into kindergarten and other regular education environments.

Publication date: 1991

Pages: 130

Price: $20

 

VISTA
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Author(s): Michael Giangreco

Description: A guide to coordinating educational support services

Publication date: 1996

Pages: 158

Price: $20

 

Supplement to VISTA
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Author(s): Michael Giangreco

Description: (Updated Procedures and Forms)

This product can be downloaded for free in two separate pdf files, Updated "To Do" Lists (1-5) and Vista Worksheet, that may be read with Adobe Acrobat 3.01 or higher. If you don't have Adobe Acrobat, you may download it for free by going to Adobe Acrobat.)

Price: Free pdf

 

A Parent's Guide to the Special Education Process (Revised Edition)
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Author(s): Connie Curtin

Description: Published by the Vermont Parent Information Center

The purpose of this guide is to help parents better understand how special education works, to enable parents to find answers to common questions, and to provide tools for improving a child's education services. Includes information on parents' rights, worksheets, checklists, and advice on becoming an effective team member and advocate for your child.

Publication date: 2004

Pages: 40

Price: $12

 

 

Invisible Voices: Vermonters with Developmental Disabilities Tell Stories of Abuse
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Author(s): NA

Description: This booklet is a collection of stories of self-advocates who experienced abuse. Published by the Invisible Victims Awareness Project, a joint project for crime victims with developmental disabilities, and edited by Phil Smith.

Publication date: 2001

Pages: 69

Price: Free. $4 fee for postage and handling

 

 

A Series of Paraeducator Training Manuals

The purpose of this series is to provide training content, formats, and a framework to ensure that paraeducators have the basic knowledge and skills necessary to contribute to the education of students with disabilities in inclusive educational settings.

This series is designed as courses to be completed with 12-18 hours of instruction and 10-12 hours of practicum activities. Instructor's Manuals include everything needed to conduct the course: lesson plans, agendas, reviews, overheads, evaluations, and practicum requirements. Participant's Manuals include lesson overviews, activity sheets and all required readings

Paraeducator Entry-Level Training for Supporting Students with Disabilities
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Author(s): Eileen CichoskiKelly, Linda Backus, Michael F. Giangreco, and Priscilla Sherman-Tucker

Description: There are two versions of this publication: The Instructor's Manual, and the Participant's Manual.

Publication date: 2000

Pages: Instructor (224) / Participant (234)

Price: $25 each

 

Supporting Students with Challenging Behaviors: A Paraeducator Curriculum
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Author(s): Linda Backus and Eileen CichoskiKelly

Description: There are two versions of this publication: The Instructor's Manual, and the Participant's Manual.

Publication date: 2001

Pages: Instructor (190) / Participant (222)

Price: $25 each

 

Teacher Leadership: Working with Paraeducators
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Author(s): Michael Giangreco

Description: There are two versions of this publication: The Instructor's Manual, and the Participant's Manual.

Publication date: 2001

Pages: Instructor (120) / Participant (198)

Price: $25 each

 

Supporting Students with Severe Disabilities: A Paraeducator Curriculum
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Author(s): Timothy Fox

Description: There are two versions of this publication: The Instructor's Manual, and the Participant's Manual.

Publication date: 2002

Pages: Instructor (210) / Participant (286)

Price: $25 each

 

Posters by Michael Giangreco

These two posters are taken from Michael Giangreco's series of carton books on special education. Illustrations by Kevin Ruelle

With wit, humor, and profound one-liners, Michael Giangreco and Kevin Ruelle will transform your thinking as you take a "lighter" look at the often comical and occasionally harsh truth in the ever-changing field of special education. These cartoons shed a whimsical, thought-provoking glimpse into real-life situations frequently encountered by those within the special education system.

Full color, 24'(height) 18"(width) posters, great for classroom or office.

Price: $4 for a tube of 4 postsers (2 each). Contact us for discounts on larger orders

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For more information, contact:

Michaella Collins
802-656-5785 (Direct line)
802-656-4031 (CDCI Main line)
e-mail: Michaella Collins

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