COVID TEACHER RESOURCES: ON-LINE, IN PERSON, HYBRID

Our most recent COVID adapted resources can be found here: 

Drama and Dance: Creative Community in the Time of COVID

Quick Links to CODE'S other on-line learning resources: 

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VIDEO Resources 

 

Virtual Fireside Chat notes now available!

A summary of our Virtual Fireside Chats are now available!  2021-01-07_code_fireside_chat_-...

Finding Radical Hope and CODE Conversations

Finding Radical Hope profiles a multi-year international research project that examines how young people are doing in our recent years of global unrest. Dr. Kathleen Gallagher (University of Toronto...

‘Making Sense’ of Stories Through Drama - February 4th

Drama can be used to help whole classes meaningfully exploring real and fictional characters, situations and events.   This online session will explore the true story of Annie Edson Taylor’s journey...

CODE Virtual Fireside Chats - January 14th

CODE Fireside Chats Do you have questions about adapting dance and drama teaching to a hybrid model or about using drama games for virtual teaching? Are you looking for support...

CODE's 50th Anniversary Launch

On October 24th, CODE launched it's 50th Anniversary Year. To watch the video, click here. Stay tuned for upcoming events to celebrate this milestone. 

Tribute to David Booth

To view the tribute to David Booth, click here.

The Power of Arts Education to Create Change - Happy Pride!

CODE stands in solidarity with all LGBTQ2S people.  We believe in the power of arts education to create dialogue and inspire action.

Dr. Philip Taylor (July 1960  –  June 2020) 

It is with great sadness that CODE shares news of the death of Dr. Philip Taylor at the age of 59....

Tanisha's Facebook Blog

Tanisha Taitt, Artistic Director of Cahoots Theatre, posts powerful anti-racism blogs on Facebook. ...

The Power of Arts Education to Create Change #BlackLivesMatter

CODE stands in solidarity with the Black community. We believe in the power of arts education to create dialogue and inspire action.

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