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High-performance sports and Higher Education on the Move cooperation in the early autumn webinarsPublished:
Autumn brings with it interesting webinars on university sports!
The student and youth organisations demand: The livelihood of burnout sufferers must be secured during a sick leave, also without a separate mental health diagnosisPublished:
Work-induced burnout and mental health symptoms are becoming so common that they can almost be referred to as chronic conditions that affect public health and the national economy. The recovery and return to working life after a period of burnout is a long and arduous process. Struggles to secure one’s livelihood further complicate the recovery process. We propose a change to the sickness allowance practices which would safeguard one’s livelihood during a sick leave caused by work-induced burnout.
Joint municipal election campaign by student organisations: we make a better student city togetherPublished:
The student organisations’ joint municipal election campaign wants to encourage students to vote and increase the awareness of international students’ right to vote.
Applications open for FISU Volunteer Leaders AcademyPublished:
The International Student Sports Federation FISU is looking for new national representatives for FISU Volunteer Leaders Academy for the period 2021–2022. The aim of the academy is to offer students an international opportunity to develop as leaders and to promote student sports both in Finland and internationally.
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.
Parkour and ultimate offered to higher education institutions!Published:
The project Parkouria ja ultimatea opiskelijoille (Parkour and ultimate for students) supports increasing physical activity and exercise among students through these sports. With the help of the project, we are able to offer sports try-outs to higher education institutions at a reasonable price using, if possible, the facilities of the educational institution or nearby facilities. Sports try-outs can be carried out very flexibly, for example, as part of events and exercise sessions. Sports try-outs can also be offered as sports courses.
Esitämme Harri Nurmea Allianssin hallitukseenPublished:
Opiskelijoiden Liikuntaliitto (OLL) esittää pitkäaikaista nuorisoalan toimijaa Harri Nurmea nuorisoalan kattojärjestön Allianssin hallitukseen. Nurmi toimi OLL:n varapuheenjohtajana vuonna 2019.
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.
Effects of the coronavirus pandemic on Finnish higher education sportsPublished:
In the late spring of 2020, the National Sports Council commissioned a report on the situation in the sports sector. The report completely forgot the Finnish higher education sports services. On the basis of the National Sports Council’s questionnaires, the Finnish Student Sports Federation (OLL) carried out its own survey for those working in higher education sports.
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?
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