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Student support, guidance and study well-being

Study well-being is important in Aalto University and it is one of our strategic initiatives. We want to ensure the success of our students’ capabilities and wellbeing in a multicultural and diverse community. Study well-being questionnaire results indicate that students who feel well also study well. We have many ways to support this wellbeing by providing first-class study support and doing continuous development of teaching.
Opiskelijoiden tukeminen, ohjaus ja hyvinvointi

The long term development of study well-being is done in cooperation with academic staff, Learning services and students. Aalto University and its partners provide many services for our students to successfully study at Aalto and enjoy one's stay at the university.

Study well-being is researched by an annual study well-being questionnaire, that also provides the students with feedback and tips on how to develop one's own study skills. Based on the results, we have found certain areas of development in teaching. The most important is inspiring teaching, with a reasonable workload. Teachers get support from pedagogical developers, each other and study well-being initiative (Success of Students).

Study skills consist of a number of areas, such as the management of study methods, self-management, acting in a community and regulation of personal emotions. Study skills are something you can learn.

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Study skills

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Support for studying

Success of Students study well-being project

The goal is to enhance the success of students by advancing study support, teaching and learning services and focusing support.

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Success of Students study well-being initiative (2016-2020). Image: Arttu Haglund

Starting Point of Wellbeing

The Starting Point of Wellbeing offers students advice and guidance on services related to wellbeing.

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Starting Point of Wellbeing

Personal Impact

Personal Impact brings to light already existing courses in Aalto University on values and meaningfulness, self-leadership, societal impact, human potential and well-being.

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Helping Hand ARTS

Helping Hand is a low-threshold study guidance pilot for all students at the School of Arts, Design and Architecture.

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Kuva: Aino Huovio

Academic advising in Aalto University

Academic advising is a part of advising system that covers the whole study path of the student. Attending academic advising is a part of studies.

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Tapahtumat

The structure of pedagogical training

Pedagogical training: Biz A!Peda Intro (English), core course, enrolment period 11.1. - 28.2.

Biz A!Peda Intro - Pedagogical Training for Business School Faculty 

This course is an introductory to university pedagogy for Biz teachers and professors. Spring 2019 course is geared especially to novice teachers who have little teaching experience. 
The structure of pedagogical training

Pedagogical training: Learning and teaching in higher education (5 cr), core course, enrolment period 14.1. - 6.3.2019

Pedagogical training: Learning and teaching in higher education (5 cr), core course, enrolment period 14.1. - 6.3.2019.
pedagogical training, pedagoginen koulutus, peda, pedagogy, pedagogia, yliopistopeda

Pedagoginen koulutus: Kohti joustavaa oppimisen arviointia: sähköiset tentit, valinnainen kurssi (suomeksi)

Kurssilla tutustutaan erilaisiin sähköisiin tentteihin ja sähköisiin tentteihin liittyviin näkökulmiin artikkeleiden avulla ja tentitään artikkelit sähköisenä tenttinä. Voit suorittaa kurssin 1 tai 2 opintopisteen laajuisena valitsemiesi artikkeleiden mukaan.

Pedagoginen koulutus: Teaching Partner (1-5 op/cr), elective course, continuous enrolment

The course includes planning (1/3), implementing (1/3), and evaluating (1/3) experiments in own teaching. Student feedback is collected and utilized in the process. Main working methods are individual work supported with pedagogical mentoring. Assessment is based on self-evaluation and mentor evaluation.
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Learning Services

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