According to Buting (2020), students’ knowledge and skills improve during peer learning. More importantly, shifts in their mindsets and worldviews are also important results of peer learning (Bunting 2020).

At Metropolia, the master students of social services studies facilitated peer and cooperative learning for other students. The session was called ‘Wellbeing Day’. Students arranged it at the end of April at Hymy Wellbeing Village, on Myllypuro campus. The ’Wellbeing Day’ was part of the master students of social services studies, but at the same time, it was a ‘welcoming session’ for exchange students. The exchange students had started their exchange period at Metropolia just a couple weeks before the ‘Wellbeing Day’. The master students implemented the session as part of Professional communication and societal influencing studies.


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Metropolia University of Finland is one of ITSHEC’s partner institutions, and we are working together to generate more content for improving the implementation of teaching-learning strategies to work on transversal skills throughout the overall educational continuum in healthcare and social care. 


ITSHEC project – Integration of transversal skills into health and social care, higher education and the curriculum – aims to improve the training of healthcare and social services professionals in transversal skills throughout the undergraduate and postgraduate training journey.



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