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REMEMBERING PROFESSOR DAVID BOOTH

We’ve all had at least one person who changed our lives with their wisdom, kindness and encouragement. For many, that person was Professor David Booth.You are invited to join OISE for a celebration of life event on: Thursday, June 13, 2019Ontario Institute for Studies in Education252 Bloor Street WestTributes 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. in the auditoriumReception 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. in the libraryPlease share this invitation and help us spread the word.RSVP Today  

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CODE Response to the Education in Ontario Consultation

Read the official resonse to the Consultation: Education in Ontario survey, submitted on behalf of the Council of Ontario Drama and Dance Educators (CODE)

Jessie Kennedy receives prestigious award

Jessie Kennedy receives award for her outstanding work as a Secondary Drama Teacher. Photo: Markian Lozowchuk

Directing Intimacy Workshop

CODE is offering a 3 hour workshop for secondary teachers with Siobhan Richardson, a stage combat and intimacy director, to teach strategies for directing students in scenes with intimacy. Organized by Kathleen Karpenchuk, CODE's Drama Liaison. Click through for details!

Join us for the NATIONAL ROUNDTABLE FOR TEACHER EDUCATORS IN THE ARTS

The NRTEA is an event for those teaching preservice, concurrent, and continuing teacher education in Canada. The shape of ROUNDTABLE 2018 is nearing its final form as we glide toward Thursday, May 17 and Friday, May 18 at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa.  The theme this year will revolve around 3 interwoven threads: nourishing our personal spirits; enriching essential components of our TEA programs; finding deeper communion between us all.

CODE Regional Forums

CODE is excited to share new Forum groups for members to connect with drama and dance educators in your region and your regional rep. Read more to get connected!

Come Out and Play! An Inside Look at the PLAY Symposium

This spring the 14th World Festival of Children’s Theatre will take place for the first time on North American soil, and in addition to showcasing performances from children around the world, it will provide the educational community with its own event: the PLAY! Symposium, taking place from 10-12 June, 2016 at the University of Waterloo Stratford Campus.