How to be a Superb-Ager
Course: Join us and find out what a Superb-Ager is … plus why and how to become one!
Reap the benefits of becoming a Superb-Ager now. It can enhance well-being and possibly longevity as well. This highly interactive class will cover what current research tells us about what contributes the most to our mental and emotional wellness as we age. Included will be the neuroscience of the aging brain: its blessings and benefits, as well as its challenges and what we can effectively do about them.
The surprising new brain research on happiness and well-being will also be addressed. In addition, the Superb-Ager strategies and practices covered will teach us how to maintain our mental and emotional balance in these turbulent and changing times.
Each participant will be encouraged to use the course content to develop an individualized action plan for becoming a better Superb-Ager.
Instructor: Dr. Rita Brodnax earned her doctorate from Indiana University in educational leadership and applying brain research to teaching, learning, and communication. Dr. Brodnax has had culturally diverse and in-depth experiences in the education field as a teacher, administrator, professional development coordinator, technology coordinator, dean, assistant superintendent, superintendent, university faculty member, business consultant, and consultant with state departments of education and schools. She has trained thousands of teachers and administrators and worked with hundreds of schools in urban, rural, and suburban areas as they pursued their continuous improvement, performance, and learning community goals.
Dr. Brodnax’s workshops are interactive, engaging, and participatory. Rita has worked with hundreds of elders in their pursuit of aging well. She models the most powerful brain-based strategies to demonstrate how “brain-compatible learning experiences” ensure learning and sustainable memory. Participants experience first-hand the power, delight, and real-world benefits of using their brains better.
Schedule: Five (5) Wednesdays, October 20, 27, November 3, 10, 17, 2021
Time: 10:00 – 11:30
Location: This class will be taught via Zoom. The instructor will provide registered students with the Zoom link prior to the beginning of the course.
Materials: None required.