Issue 12 – April 8, 2021
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Most of my writing at Mission to Learn is focused on the individual learner – understanding
Issue 11 – March 16, 2021
Often the clearest evidence that we have learned – or at least that we are on the path of learning – is that we stop.
Stop doing the things that damage our
Issue 10 – February 9, 2021
“Had we but world enough and time,” the poet Andrew Marvel famously wrote centuries ago. His mind wasn’t on learning per se, but his phrasing is easily transferable
Issue 9 – January 27, 2021
“If I fall one more time, I am pretty certain my body will shatter into tiny pieces.”
That’s how I felt after a few hours of trying to snowboard recently with my
Issue 8 – December 15, 2020
Before we dive into this issue, I’ll note that I’ve posted my annual thoughts on educational gift ideas for adults. So, if you are looking for ideas, check
Issue 7 – December 1, 2020
Your brain is, of course, central to all your learning efforts, but how much do you know about optimizing its potential?
As we turn the corner toward a new year, this
Issue 6 – November 11, 2020
I’m taking a somewhat different approach to this edition. Given a recent surge in interest in this blog post – and the context of our current times –
Issue 5 – October 26, 2020
Maybe it’s just me – or me in the midst of the current U.S. political environment – but it feels like knowing how to think critically has rarely been