The different types of memory
Have you ever found yourself walking into a room only to realise that you can’t remember why you went in there in the first place?
Mnemonics: strategies to improve memory
Memory is a function that tends to weaken with age. In particular, the ability to retain and preserve new information, but also the ability to retrieve it as a memory when we need it decreases over time.
The PQRST Method: how to learn faster and better
In this module targets will be introduced to the PQRST Model (Preview, Question, Read, Summary, Test).
Working on your analytical skills: scenario making for executive cognitive functions
Scenario making (aka scenario thinking and scenario analysis) is a method deriving from military intelligence.
How to improve your deductive reasoning skills and ways to boost your decision-making skills
This course will introduce the concept of deductive reasoning skills, and some useful actions to boost them.
The different types of perceptions and ways to improve your interaction skills
The perception affects the way we view everything around us, but how does it actually work?
The cognitive stimuli
“The trouble with humans is that they see the universe with their ideas rather than their eyes”Boris Cyrulnik
Working on your mental fitness: focus and attention for seniors
The primary purpose of this module is to contribute to the European Union’s aim to expand the role of seniors in today’s society by improving their digital competencies.
How art and meditation improves attention
The human capacity to sustain attention over time is limited and effortful, and is prone to fatigue, lapses, and fluctuations with prolonged engagement.
Finding Waldo: Remaining sharp in your older age
In this module you will learn about visual attention and visual search skills, more precisely about the visual search game “Where’s Waldo?”.