Manual of Methods

The different actors involved in this project are professors, teachers, students and administrators in close collaboration and involvement with external partners.

A manual gathering and describing the materials that have been developed, discovered and tested during the NEXT MOVE project.

Below you will find 3 buttons, they wil lead you to texts, video’s, toolboxes, lesson plans and more produced during  the Next Move project, categorized by age groups, like ‘children’ or ‘senior’s (who do we teach), work fields like amateur  or community field (where do we teach ), and activity or acting role ‘learner – making’ or ‘teacher – coach’ (how do we teach). Select a category and find out what we can provide for the combination of categories you like to look into.


All materials

A socio-cultural perspective on teaching dance

A reflection and deepening in inclusive dance education By: Cornelia Grönlund Position: BA Dance Pedagogy, DOCH, Stockholm University of the Arts, Sweden To adapt a lesson layout for a pupil…

Instrumental dance improvisation

Method for dance improvisation inspired by musical categories By: Cornelia Grönlund Position: BA Dance Pedagogy, DOCH, Stockholm University of the Arts, Sweden The purpose of this work is to create…

To distribute dance to different target groups

Can dance training have a positive effect in adolescents’ development mainly in a psychical way through teenage years to adulthood? By: My Gren Position: BA Dance Pedagogy, DOCH, Stockholm University of…

Mindset in vocational training programs.

By: Mariët Andringa Position: Senior teacher BA-DD, ArtEZ, coach, Arnhem, The Netherlands The main goal of Next Move is: Redefining the profession of the dance and music teacher. While handling…

Inclusion in a Dance Class

A research about the conditions of a danceclass that people with disabilities participate in By: Danique Jongbloed Position: ArtEZ Bachelor Dance in Education, Arnhem, The Netherlands This is a short introduction to…

Dance: Makers Tool Box

Different kind of approaches when making a choreography. By: Caurena Bernabela Position: Senior lecturer BA-DD, ArtEZ, Arnhem, The Netherlands This is a short introduction of the research results and the product that…