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Dr. Darlene J. Ruscitti
Regional Superintendent
DuPage County Schools
June 16, 2020
TUESDAY TIMES
A resource for professional development and news for DuPage County Educators
LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES
The DuPage ROE is now offering a number of Administrator Academies virtually via the Zoom platform. Please see the attached flyer for dates and course offerings. Additional academies will be added in the coming weeks so check the ROE website for other course offerings.

Registration for TIDE summer online courses is now available. See this link for a complete listing.

An updated summer 2020 virtual course offering list from the CZS.
NETWORKING
Join us for a Networking opportunity! Here are some upcoming Networks for you to take advantage of.

Early Childhood Network: June 18, 8:30 - 10 am

DuPage Ed Tech Network : July 14, 1-3 pm
RESOURCES
Glenbard Parent Series: Ken Ginsburg presents "Building Resilience in Challenging and Turbulent Times" via livestream on June 17 at 7 pm. For more info, click here.

"Vicarious Trauma in the Work Environment: Strategies for Resilience"
This June 26 training for direct service providers will identify and address vicarious trauma, describe protective factors, and explore ways to build resilience. For more info, see this flyer.

The Prevention Leadership Team (PLT) at the DuPage County Health Department focuses on the prevention of youth alcohol, marijuana, tobacco, and prescription drug misuse, and they are eager to partner with schools and educators! Free resources include: data analysis of student surveys, prevention curriculum and prevention policies, professional development for faculty, presentations for students and parents, lending library of teaching tools for schools to borrow (documentaries, drunk and marijuana simulation goggles, handouts, etc.) and virtual resources for e-learning. For more information, click here.

National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Candidate Cohort will begin in September. Learn more and sign up today.

Your emotional state influences how well students learn. Here are tips to incorporate a restorative approach to your online teaching.

The Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center has developed this free resource for educators, administrators, and parents.

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