UNMUTE! CODE 2021: Elementary Drama and Movement

Annual Conferences - Various

Are you looking to extend your drama and dance practice by seamlessly threading the arts into kindergarten play-based learning framework at an early age to foster creative thinking in your students?

Spend the day learning how to use digital tools to enhance engagement in student learning in drama.  Explore ways to infuse culturally responsive pedagogy into your practice and delve into how drama activities promote well-being when rooted in Inclusive Design.  Examine creative expression through movement while interpreting sources and working interactively to support each other in your innovations.

A day of collaboration rooted in play and creation will leave you full of more ideas and activities to bring back to your classroom drama and dance practice!

Check out the conference website and be sure to register soon as we Reflect, Renew and Rebuild in this new school year.


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...

Recommendation: YPT's ANTIGONE from former CODE President, Sarah Papoff

  Recommendation: YPT's  ANTIGONE from former CODE President: Sarah Papoff Young People’s Theatre presents Jeffery Ho’s iteration of Antigone. He takes a Greek classic and juxtaposes the major...

CODE-Upon-Avon: Growing Your Soul - Registration Now Open

Now in our 49th year, CODE invites you to spend the day engaged in professional development that will leave you full of new ideas for your pedagogical practice while you enjoy a day of fun at one of...

CODE in the legislature #cutshurtkids

On Monday, April 29, CODE and OMEA (The Ontario Music Educators Association) were named in the provincial legislature by Dr. Jill Andrew, MPP for Toronto-St. Paul and NDP Culture Critic.  Jane...

Take Action by Telling your Story: A Political message from CODE President, Jane Deluzio

Dear Members:       CODE is a non-partisan provincial organization. This means that we hold ALL governments accountable and that we work with all parties positively and respectfully. We represent...

ETFO's Blanche E. Snell Estate Fund

The Ontario Teachers’ Federation welcomes applications for grants from nationals of developing countries. If you are a national of a developing country, you may be eligible for a grant from the...

Teacher and Community Preview Evening for Antigone

Teacher and Community Preview Evening for Antigone – Wed May 1st, 2019 Young People’s Theatre – 165 Front Street East (near Sherbourne)   Reception (light refreshments) starting at 6:15 pm...

Lessons Learned from David Booth: Literacy, The Arts and Poetry

Presented by the Ontario Literary Association of Niagara

Drama Queensland: Shape 2019 Conference

Sarah Papoff, past President of CODE, attended the Australian conference and shares her experiences. It was my privilege to attend and present at the regional State conference for Drama in Brisbane,...

Social Justice and Collective Creation: A Call to Action

  A group of fourteen students from Prince Edward Collegiate Institute in Picton, ON have created an original collective creation entitled A Call to Action.