This year-long professional development program helps educators build the knowledge and skills to incorporate the elements of opera (text analysis, libretto writing, music composition, theatrical design and staging) into ongoing instruction. Teachers learn to guide students in creating original operatic material based on stories, poems, or historical events from the classroom curriculum. In turn, students develop skills in the arts, while improving literacy, communication, problem-solving, and collaboration.
Opera Learning Institute, a six-day intensive summer workshop in which educators learn how to incorporate artistic processes into ongoing teaching. Click here to learn more.
Team Planning Sessions between Guild Artists and school teams to design year-long opera-based instruction, framed by a research inquiry.
Classroom Support from Guild Artists who serve as classroom consultants and provide teachers with ongoing support in curriculum, instruction, and documentation.
Quarterly Workshops for teachers and administrators to meet with fellow school teams, share ideas, and continue professional development.
Final Dress Rehearsal Tickets to the Metropolitan Opera (grades 3 and above).
Educators of students K to Grade 12
Teaching Through Opera involves a team of 3 classroom teachers from each school. Schools may also choose to include their arts specialists, literary coaches, or other instructional leaders.
Year-long professional development
Call for Pricing (subsidies available for qualifying schools)
TO REGISTER OR FOR MORE INFORMATION