Hi Neuroscience team! Thank you for shar…

Hi Neuroscience team! Thank you for sharing your OER. One thing I hope you change is the contrast between the background images and the white text on them. It is a little difficult to read. As for the neuromyths game, I didn’t quite understand the instructions. When I answered a question with the ‘x’, it gave me negative points, and when I answered with a check-mark (whether it was right or wrong), it gave me positive points? In the future I would avoid double-barreled questions (“Mental capacity is not something you are born with and cannot be changed”). The myths themselves were very interesting, and I’m glad you included the learning styles myth in there. The educational neuroscience section was informative, though like Sarah mentioned, I wish the infographic was a higher resolution. You mentioned that some people have a vested interest in perpetuating neuromyths. I’d like to hear more about that, and more importantly, if it is a potential risk for investors. It is also worth mentioning that the slideshow under “A Learning Activity with Neuroscience” is too big for mobile and does not adjust to screen size. Your OER piqued my interest in the connection between neuroscience and education, and I will look up further information in order to put tested ideas into practice. Thank you!