Course: Integration step 11 term CD credits: 10

Course code
Integration step 11 term CD
Study year
ECTS credits
Dutch, with parts in English
R. de Haan
Modes of delivery

Learning outcomes

Artistic ability:
The student has a personal artistic vision from which he realizes artistic processes and products in a simulated practice. With this he inspires and guides learners in their personal artistic development.

Pedagogical-didactic ability:
The student has pedagogical and didactic knowledge and skills and can use this independently for a safe and powerful learning environment within the simulated practice.

Interpersonal ability:
The student has a broad spectrum of communicative knowledge and skills. In doing so, he establishes effective interactions and forms of cooperation within the simulated practice.

Environment-oriented power:
The student identifies and researches relevant developments in the (cultural) diversity of a globalizing society. He exploits opportunities and possibilities within the simulated practice.

Critical reflective and investigative ability:
Through research and reflection, the student gains insight and knowledge for his / her functioning as a teacher in training, selects relevant data to investigate professional knowledge and can use this to stimulate learners to develop an inquiring attitude.


Practice domain: in this domain the student attends classes and learns to teach independently. In this way, his awareness of both the practice of teaching and the structure of a lesson is increased. The students in this domain are also introduced to their future field of work. Students gain practical experience by means of practical internships at a level that suits the study phase in which the student finds itself. In step 9, this domain is combined with the Practice domain of the Hbo-Bachelor Dance program.

CEP Practice
CEP offers the opportunity to put art educational teaching materials into practice in mainstream, primary and secondary education.

MEDI & MEDI Skills Practice
MEDI & MEDI Skills Practice offers opportunities to put acquired theoretical aspects of the educational process into practice within extracurricular arts education.

Creative development
Creative development aims to teach the student to develop creative products, including designing choreographies, writing texts and producing other different Performing Arts products. This is a cross-domain component

CEL stands for creative educational and leadership. Within the CEL Project, students work together to create a student performance in which they take turns leading the team.

Project EXCEP is an exam part, in which the competences that bring theory to practice are examined, as well as the artistic and creative components of the training: “creative and educational design”, “problem-solving skills” and “lead and take” are the important competences. within this project. The candidates act in the role of designer, contractor and teacher.

Theater Practical Internships
Theater Practical internships offer opportunities to gain stage and work experience as a performing artist, partly independently, partly under supervision.

This is a Performing Arts project in which the students, based on a theme, together with their coach, make a presentation or Performing Arts project within an educational situation and gain experience in entrepreneurship and creation.

Project “I”
Project “I” takes place early in step 9 and has an exploratory and collaborative objective.

Project Integration / IWP
In the Project Integration, a theater product is performed under the guidance of various choreographers and directors, in which different domains are integrated into a coherent whole. The emphasis is on establishing connections between Education, Research and the professional field. (IWP)

In the Repertoire domain section, the Repertoire of LMIPA or from the Performing Arts field is rehearsed and rehearsed.

Included in programme(s)


  • Lucia Marthas Institute for Performing Arts