Course Description: Human beings have billions of microbes living on and in them, and that includes the Brain. Learn some fascinating information about the microbes and parasites that live in our bodies; how they function, and what impact they have on human health, behavior, and the Brain.
The concepts of microbe-human interdependence and symbiosis are exemplified to their limits in a fun, enlightening and engaging way. Participants will have to decide whether ‘to believe or not’ – but either way, they will never see the world the same!
Instructor: Dr. Rita Brodnax earned her doctorate from Indiana University in leadership and applying brain research to teaching, learning and communication. Dr. Brodnax has had culturally diverse and in-depth experiences in the business and education fields as a teacher, administrator, professional development coordinator, technology coordinator, superintendent, and advocacy consultant. She has trained thousands of teachers and administrators and worked with hundreds of schools in urban, rural, and suburban areas. Dr. Brodnax’s workshops are interactive, engaging, and participatory. 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 to address real-world challenges.
Location: Zoom. Instructor will email Zoom invitation prior to class.
Day and Time: Mondays, March 6 through March 20, 1:30-3:00 PM, 3 sessions
Materials: Provided by instructor