Articles with tag: Higher Education on the Move
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Jussi Ansala: Five perspectives on better higher education sportsPublished:
Jussi Ansala, Senior Special Advisor for University Sport at OLL, analysed the makings of better higher education sports at the SeAMK Sports seminar held on 1 October at Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences.
High-performance sports and Higher Education on the Move cooperation in the early autumn webinarsPublished:
Autumn brings with it interesting webinars on university sports!
Physical activity fixes the corona-induced wellbeing deficiencyPublished:
Distance learning, forced by corona constraints, easily exposes the student to difficulties in concentration, body aches and loneliness. Even before the corona, students sat for nearly 11 hours a day. In light of these facts, higher education sports are a necessary pillar of student and staff well-being now in the final stages of the pandemic as well as when studies move back to campuses.
Join the Higher Education on the Move mailing list!Published:
We will offer you interesting information on how higher education institutes can make study days more physically active and healthy! By joining the mailing list you will keep up with the latest webinars, ideas and services for higher education institutes.
Markus Halonen: Spreading information is an important part of promoting physical activityPublished:
Making higher education culture more physically active is a complex goal to achieve, and in order to reach it, we should approach the target group from many different angles. It is, of course, important to remind people about the benefits of exercise and the disadvantages of physical inactivity, but we also need more detailed information when we want to transfer new learning into practice in increasing physical activity. In August 2020, the project Tikissä työelämään organised a series of three webinars to examine both the benefits of physical activity and also possible disadvantages from the point of view of e.g. brain health and the new physical activity recommendations.
Opiskelijoiden Liikuntaliitto yhdessä YTHS:n kanssa järjestää Ergonomia etäopiskelussa -webinaarinPublished:
Opiskelu on siirtynyt väliaikaisesti koteihin ja näyttöjen taakse. Koronan jälkeenkin on odotettavissa, että korkeakouluissa opiskellaan aiempaa enemmän verkossa. Webinaarissa käsittelemme miten etäopiskelusta saa nautinnollisempaa ja vähemmän jumittavaa!
OLL: Physical activity must be taken into account in the education policy reportPublished:
Last week, we issued an opinion on the government's education policy report. In it, we emphasize the promotion of students' physical activity.
Students and teachers want less sitting and more movement in educationPublished:
In their new video, The Finnish Student Sports Federation (OLL) and The Union for University Teachers and Researchers in Finland (YLL) begin the fight for reduced sitting time and more active teaching models. The video Movement drives Achy away shows in a concise way how to tame “Achy” arising from a lack of movement – that is, how moving more can increase energy and lead to better study results.
Ruotsinkielinen seminaari Liikkuva Korkeakoulusta 27.11.2020Published:
Finlands Svenska Idrotts järjesti Liikkuva opiskelu -aiheisen seminaarin ruotsiksi 27.11.2020. Seminaariin osallistui Opiskelijoiden Liikuntaliiton puolesta vuoden 2020 varapuheenjohtaja Sanna-Maria Ahl. Hän piti siellä esityksen opettajien merkityksesta osana opiskelijoiden matalankynnyksen liikkumista.
Learning German on your feet – presenting desk-free language teachingPublished:
Suvi Kotkavuori is a University instrucktor of French and president of University of Helsinki's Lecturer's Association. In this blog she tells journey to the more moving education by her colleague Tia Patenge. In the blog Suvi has interviewed Tia about her experiences of "deskless teaching" and what this has given for her as a teacher. The sitats of this blogs are Tia Patenge's.
Tuire Ranta-Meyer: The playing human has the courage to move in the higher educationPublished:
In this blog post, I discuss whether universities of applied sciences can have imaginative leaders and “masters of madness”, as in Little’s office. Could a creative idea that seems a little crazy today be a driving force for the development of tomorrow? Are there any aspects of higher education sports where students do not need to be full of athletic power in order to exercise on their own terms, take part in and enjoy physical activity one step – or, say, one wrist rotation at a time?
Higher Education on the Move – a new asset in the field of higher educationPublished:
The Finnish Students on the Move programme has been revolutionising basic and upper secondary education for a long time. Now, the programme has also expanded into higher education. The Higher Education on the Move programme aims to change the culture of higher education and to support students’ well-being during their studies and before they enter working life.
Sweden won the Finland-Sweden well-being match, says Firstbeat Lifestyle AssessmentPublished:
This spring, OLL and our Swedish counterpart SAIF (Sverige’s Akademiska Idrottsförbund) jointly surveyed the overall well-being of students using Firstbeat Lifestyle Assessment.
Higher Education on the Move programme launching – join us!Published:
The Schools on the Move programme, which has been very popular at lower school levels, is finally expanding properly into higher education. The Finnish Student Sports Federation (OLL) is about to launch a three-year Higher Education on the Move 2020‒2022 programme in cooperation with the universities and universities of applied sciences.
OLL’s election panel debate #studentsonthemoveNOW: the Finnish parties support extending the Students on the Move programme to higher education institutions during the next parliamentary termPublished:
On 13 March, the Finnish Student Sports Federation (OLL) held an election panel debate on sports with the parliamentary election candidates in the Palm room (Palmuhuone) at restaurant Lasipalatsi in Helsinki. The panel debate, called #studentsonthemoveNOW, tackled the challenges of and looked at solutions to making higher education institutions more physically active.
Read more about article: OLL’s election panel debate #studentsonthemoveNOW: the Finnish parties support extending the Students on the Move programme to higher education institutions during the next parliamentary term
#getoffyourarse, #perseetpenkistä and #studentsonthemoveNOW!Published:
The average student sits for approximately 11 hours per day. These extreme numbers are influenced by the higher education environment which makes students passive, forcing them to sit in lecture after lecture without refreshing breaks that are important for their health. Here at the Finnish Student Sports Federation, we demand that the Studies on the Move programme should include the entire higher education sector in the coming government term.
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