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AllWell? - We care!

Our students' well-being and ability to study are important for us. We research the state of study well-being by an annual questionnaire AllWell?. The questionnaire is open 5.-19.2.2020 for our 1st year master's and 2nd year bachelor's students.
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AllWell? results are used for continuous development of teaching

With the AllWell? questionnaire we receive data on our students' experiences related to teaching, study environment and study skills. The results from previous years have shown that there are many things that the university can do. Our goal is to enhance student well-being and success in studies by developing guidance, teaching, services and study skills.

AllWell? study well-being questionnaire result summaries and programme level feedback will be sent to programme heads. Together with other feedback data, the AllWell? results are used for continuous pedagogical development. 

The students who have replied to the questionnaire receive counter feedback with tips and hints for, for example, better stress handling and other ways to improve ones own study skills.

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AllWell? questionnaire

Aalto study well-being initiative conducts the annual AllWell? study well-being questionnaire.

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Supporting student well-being: AllWell? counter feedback

After replying to the AllWell? questionnaire, the students get personal feedback on their strengths as well as tips for personal development in study skills and study well-being.

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Study well-being questionnaire AllWell? and the development of teaching at Aalto University

With the help of the annual study well-being questionnaire AllWell?, we gain research-based knowledge for planning actions for pedagogical development. The summaries of the results, regarding each programme/department, are delivered to the Programme heads and Deans.

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