A Tribute to David Booth

CODE, the Council of Ontario Drama and Dance Educators, is grieving the loss of one of our founders and honorary members, David Booth. David has taught, mentored, inspired, and motivated thousands of students and teachers during his years as an educator. His loss is being felt keenly all around the world and we, as an organization and as individuals, are deeply sad.

Professional Development: Voice Care Workshop at YPT

YPT, in association with SHINE! Creative Coaching, present this workshop to enliven, strengthen and empower your voice. Designed for teachers, this workshop provides an introduction to voice work and...

Call for Reviewer – CODE Guide for Curriculum Writing Projects

The Council of Ontario Drama and Dance Educators, with the support of the Ministry of Education, will be developing resource materials to support subject associations in the planning and...

Reminder - New Financial Literacy Documents for Drama and Dance

ARTSECO (The Arts Education Consultants of Ontario) Financial Literacy lessons are now posted! Visit: ...

IDEA World Congress 2013 - Paris, France

What is at stake? Where do our challenges stand? From July 8-13th 2013, participants from 80 countries will meet in Paris, France to participate in the International Drama and...

Scripted for Schools Video by the Playwrights Guild of Canada

This amazing video from the Playwrights Guild of Canada features educators, students and arts advocates speaking about the power of Canadian plays in the classroom. To find out more about what...

Shaw Teacher's Day - Friday, April 27th 2012

IT’S TEACHERS DAY AT THE SHAW!  Friday, April 27.  Join us for a special professional development day for educators with workshops, lunch, a wine & cheese reception and an optional evening...

Ontario Student and Parent Survey - 2011

The OSTA-AECO, October 21st, 2011 Student & Parent Survey - Analysis & Results - examines 10 parameters of Ontario High School students' response; 7,112 students from across the Province...

The Alzheimer’s Project: “It’s Just What You Do”

Dance
This presentation will expose High School students to quality dance and drama, underlining the importance of Post Secondary Education and York’s Concurrent Education Program, as...

The National Theatre War Horse Teacher Training Residency program - January 30 - February 3rd & a presentation on February 10th

Drama
War Horse is a dramatic epic staged at the Outbreak of World War One that describes how a boy's cherished thoroughbred horse, Joey, has been sold, to the British calvary by his father who had fallen...

Register Now for THE FESTIVAL OF ORIGINAL THEATRE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO - Feb. 2nd-5th, 2012

This year’s FOOT interrogates the complex relationships between Theatre and Learning in both theory and practice. The conference will comprise three broad...

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