Dance

CODE at the Celebrating Canadian Diversity Conference - Bringing Back Info for You!

Tags: Dance, Drama, Event
CODE was at The Canadian Network for Arts and Learning (CNAL) Conference in Ottawa! A full Conference with many take-away questions, inspiring ideas, and connections made with Educators and Artist Educators from across Canada, the highlights of which we share here with you, our members. Read on!

Sharing Dance Resources

Tags: Curriculum, Dance
Introducing new resource: Sharing Dance in the Classroom - https://nbscc.brightspace.com

NEW! Secondary Drama and Dance Inquiry-based units now available

After a very successful roll-out of our Elementary Inquiry-based Dance and Drama resources, we have now uploaded our brand-new Secondary Inquiry-based Dance and Drama Resources.

2015 Conference Resources are now online

If you attended the 2015 CODE Conference in Mississauga and are looking for the Conference Materials from your workshops, look no further!

Welcome back to School! Opening week resources

The 2015-16 school year is upon us. Looking for a great way to start your Secondary Drama or Dance class? Check out this resource in our Resources section. 

Alias Dance Project Animates Zion Schoolhouse

Tags: Dance, Event
CODE Conference 2015 presenter Alias Dance Project is animating the Zion Schoolhouse as part of the Animating Historic Sites and Museums project this July in Toronto!

National Roundtable for Teacher Education in the Arts 2015

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.

Call for Secondary Writers

We are pleased to announce that the Council of Ontario Drama and Dance Educators will be developing resource materials to support Intermediate/Senior teachers with the implementation of the Drama and Dance curriculum in the context of Inquiry learning. The development of resources reflects CODE’s mandate to encourage and support Drama and Dance in education in Ontario.Writing teams will create resources to support secondary teachers in the facilitation of student-led inquiry in dance and drama. These resources will be available to CODE members on our website at www.code.on.ca.

Dance and Drama Summer AQs

Are you looking for an AQ in Dance or Drama this summer? Check out our listings by CODE region!

Free Prologue Children's Festival

From our friends at Prologue to the Performing Arts:Prologue Children's Festival: May 25 at the YPT!A smorgasbord of FREE, family fun will be served up Monday May 25 at 7 p.m., when the Prologue Children’s Festival for the Arts presents a jaw-dropping variety of award-winning Canadian talent at Young People’s Theatre!