Going in Feet First! A Grounded in Space and Place exploration in my ADA2O1 classrooms. A reflection on how I incorporated this resource in my class, as well as the possibilities of exploring spaces and places in the classroom and beyond.
CODiEs! Join us virtually on Thursday March 31st, 2022. In this webinar Allyson Bradley and Ciaran Federico will discuss their one-act play The Neurodiversity Project. Join us as we explore barriers that exist in drama instruction, and best practices to increase inclusion for all learners. Click here to find out how to register!
At the core of STEAM is TEAM! This resource highlights what teachers and artists can accomplish together. Sustainable education is at the heart of it all.
Click to explore: Best Practices- Teachers and Artists Working Together!
DEEPENING IN-CLASS AND ONLINE LEARNING is a new book by CODE member Debbie Nyman and CODE Honorary Member Larry Swartz and Magdalin Livingston.
This resource features 60+ strategies for ever-evolving drama and dance classes. It is available both in print, and digital formats.
The Travelling Stage offers students an opportunity to participate in dance, drama, music, and wellness workshops alongside established performing artists. Programs available in French or English, delivered in-person, via live synchronous online learning, and through asynchronous learning. For K-12 schools across Canada! Read more to learn how you can organize your one-time visit, or multi-visit field trip and/or program.
This past November, teacher candidates at the Regent Park site participated in a drama workshop to explore sustainability issues and global citizenship through a social justice lens. The workshop, which was presented by Sarah Papoff from the Council of Drama and Dance Educators (CODE), provided the students with an opportunity to explore how they could use drama in their future teaching practice(s) as a creative and effective way to explore global issues with their students.
CODE was pleased to attend the annual NRTEA Conference and Roundtable discussions in Ottawa this past May. This year's conversations and events centred around: Teacher Education in the Arts at a Crossroad - The Impact of demographic and social trends and structures. Discussions and events were held at Ottawa City Hall and the National Art Gallery hosted by CODE past president Michael Wilson, Madeleine Aubry and the steering committee. Please check the website www.nrtea.ca for more information and upcoming final report.