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Education

Professional Development & Programs

Professional Development for Primary Teachers

Facilitated by industry specialists, educators are invited to explore how to use drama and movement elements in the classroom.

Full-day workshops for PRIMARY teachers are available in association with the following PRIMARY performances:

  • Rainbow Fish (Nov 26)
  • Emily Brown and the Thing (Feb 22)

Teacher Forums

Created specifically to support classroom teachers who tackle difficult social, historical and cultural issues in their classrooms in response to the following performances:

  • Outside (Mar 2019) – Forum on Dealing with the Teen Mental Health, Suicide and Depression. This forum is for Intermediate and Secondary teachers
  • Mary Jane Mosquito (Apr 2019) – Classroom Teaching with an Indigenous Pedagogy. This forum is for Primary and Junior teachers.

Advance Preview of 2019-2020 School Performance Season

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Only educators are invited to this annual video presentation of the upcoming 2019-2020 school performance series. The spring priority booking period is extended to ONLY those teachers in attendance, so come mingle with colleagues, win a door prize and a chance to win tickets for a class trip.

Golden Ticket Program

This program distributes free tickets to schools that do not have the means to access a live theatrical performance. This program partners with local district school boards to increase accessibility and equity to students throughout Burlington.

Teacher events are subject to cancellation or change at any time and restrictions may apply.

For more information on school performances, education, student workshops and events contact Joanne Churchill, Education & Outreach Manager.

 joanne.churchill@burlington.ca

905-681-2551 x 6311

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