Hi Neuroscience group. I loved the Jeopa…

Hi Neuroscience group. I loved the Jeopardy-style game in the beginning, especially since we get to see all the proper answers whether we get a question wrong or not. I see how this area of interest is so important and I enjoyed your OER presentation as you have incorporated many interesting components to inform the viewers while having us being engaged throughout the process. Understanding neuroscience and applying it into the classroom makes such a big difference. Having worked at a special education private school that focused heavily on understanding learner’s mentality and their natural behaviour really helped all the educators better understand why the individual behaves a certain way, or why and how they are developing both physically and intellectually, and how to teach and support each student as they all learn differently and requires personalized support. After browsing through your site I have learned about how much technology is evolving now to better understand neuroscience and how rapidly it’s advancing to meet the current demands. My only concern is how well trained are educators now to be able to fully apply these technologies into their classroom and to use it to its full potential. With the cost of introducing these technologies, there much be a budget for training purposes. Will these likely to happen soon or do you think these sessions will only occur in schools that have a focus to better train their teachers in the area of neuroscience with learning?