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The Center on Disability and Community Inclusion (CDCI)

Intensive Special Education Program

Intensive Special Education (ISE) Program at CDCI

CDCI's Vermont I-Team personnel provides continuing graduate education credits through the Intensive Special Education (ISE) Program. The ISE program consists of a series of courses designed to enable professionals to provide exemplary services to students from birth through high school with moderate, severe and multiple disabilities, including autism, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, and deafblindness. These graduate level courses are essential to support professionals including general educators, special educators, speech and language pathologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists and others serving these children. The ISE program will also prepare learners with an existing Special Education license to apply for the Vermont state Intensive Special Education Endorsement. (All ISE Classes are Taught Online)

Upcoming ISE Courses

To learn which courses are offered next semester contact ISE program coordinator Darren McIntyre at ISE@uvm.edu
OR keep up-to-date by checking our Upcoming ISE Courses Page

ISE Program Application

Information on both the electronic and the printable versions of the ISE Program application and instructions for completing and submitting either application is available by following this link: ISE Program Application Page

ISE Program Brochure

A brochure providing information on the ISE Program is available to download in pdf format by following this link: ISE Brochure (pdf)

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