Michigan Teachers Weekend: May 19-20, 2018
Shakespeare’s text to life! Work with Stratford Festival staff and artists to
develop active teaching strategies for your classroom through the Common Core standards.
a ticket to The Tempest
Engage deeply with North America’s largest classical
repertory theatre company! Participating teachers and students work with the
theatre’s staff and teaching artists to tie Common Core Standards to the study
in September, staff and artists visit Michigan classrooms to provide pre-show workshops.
In October and November, these classes then visit the Stratford Festival to see
a selected Shakespeare production and participate in another workshop, deepening
the work they began in their classrooms in September.
If you’d like to have the Michigan Residency visit your school, please call 1.800.561.1233, extension 2450, or
send us an email.
Huron-Perth Masterclass Series
partnership with the Huron-Perth Catholic District School Board
program provides students in Grades 6-8 the opportunity to participate
free-of-charge in a series of introductory workshops delivered by Stratford
Festival artists and staff.
program begins April 2018. To register, contact Tina Robinson at St. Michael’s Catholic
High School at (519) 271-0890.
with the Avon-Maitland District School Board
program provides students in Grades 7-12 the opportunity to learn from Stratford
Festival artists and staff as they build their own production. Nurturing all
aspects of their creativity within the arts, it will inspire them to look to
the future with new confidence.
program begins February 2018. Registration is now closed. For more information, click here.
Queen's University Bachelor of Education Partnership
Designed to dovetail with existing Bachelor of
Education course curricula, this pilot program unites five of the largest arts
organizations in Ontario – the Canadian Opera Company, the Shaw Festival,
Soulpepper Theatre Company, the Stratford Festival and Young People’s Theatre –
in a series of sessions that provide teacher candidates with new and exciting
drama-based approaches to their teaching.
Through this program, pre-service teachers: Develop and implement
cross-curricular teaching strategies; forge relationships with Canada’s leading
arts organizations; learn from inspirational teaching artists
To discuss building a partnership with your college
or university, call 1.800.561.1233, extension 2450 or send us an email.