Description

Course Description: In this highly recommended interactive class participants will get a deeper understanding of ;1) how the brain processes information, constructs meaning, and creates sustainable memory; 2) how memory loss and information overload occur and how you can more effectively respond; 3) the benefits, blessings, and challenges of aging brains (at all ages);

4) how to enhance brain function to empower yourself and others, and 5) how to develop an individualized action plan for better brain performance.

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.

Schedule: Six sessions: Thursday, Feb. 17, 24, March 3, 10, 17, 24 9:30-11:00

Time: 9:30 – 11:00

Zoom Class – The instructor will provide registered students with the Zoom link prior to the beginning of the course.

Fee: $40 per person Materials: None required