December 2011 Monthly Bulletin Live and Learn

Live and learn

When do we stop learning? Read this month’s newsletter for the answer. You’ll also get more insight into your learning style, the value of making mistakes, and ways to keep your mind "sharp."

In This Edition
No adult left behind
Get to know your learning style
A new take on mistakes
Brain Games: Are they worth playing

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Holiday Stress: What to expect and how to cope

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Wishing you and your loved ones good health and happiness as you celebrate the holidays and start off the New Year!

Rev up the brain power

No adult left behind

For most adults, their formal school years are behind them. But in today’s fast-changing world, continuing to learn is critical to success. More...

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Think you know your mind

Get to know your learning style

We all learn differently. No style is right or wrong: They’re just different. Discover your style and then use it to your advantage. More...

En Español

Oops! It’s okay!

A new take on mistakes

Make a mistake! Yes, that’s right: Go ahead and make a mistake. Why? Because making mistakes is one of the best ways to learn! More...

En Español

Maintain your mental moxie

Brain games: Are they worth playing?

Have you heard about brain game training? It’s supposed to enhance your memory, concentration and overall brain health. You can find brain games online, in books and in other places. More...

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