Hello everyone, welcome to another exciting episode of VR in Education.  In today’s show, we have the distinct pleasure of talking to Shannon Putman, who is a Ph.D. student and research associate at the University of Louisville.  Shannon is heavingly invested in VR. Most recently, she participated in an MIT Hackathon whereby her team developed an award-winning game called "Brain Drain".  You are going to love some of the specific examples she gives of how she uses VR to reach all students.

Hello everyone, welcome to another episode of VR in Education.  Today on the show we are talking about VR and language acquisition.  On the show today we welcome Michael McDonald who operates Gold Lotus a very popular and engaging VR language learning company.  Michael has extensive experience teaching in VR. I recently met him through an online conference, https://educatorsinvr.com/events/international-summit/, where presenters pitched their message and ideas inside VR.  In this episode, Michael is incredibly articulate about what makes language learning an engaging and positive experience. Enjoy.

Hello everyone, welcome to another episode of VR in Education.  Today on the show we are talking about VR and E-Sports. My two guests today have a passion for both.  Caleb Eubanks is currently from San Palao and works as an XR content creator and communications director and Hunter Lane who is content acquisition lead for SpringboardVR.  I hope you enjoy the show.  

Hello everyone,  welcome to another wonderful episode of VR in Education.  Today on the show we have the opportunity to talk to Kristen Tamm, CEO of Futuruum VR.  Kirsten’s company has been developing science VR experiences for schools. As a former science teacher for many years, I have been looking forward to this talk.  You can learn more about his work in education at https://www.futuclass.com/.  

Hello everyone,  welcome to another wonderful episode of VR in Education.  Today on the show we tap into the knowledge, experience and wisdom of a person who wears many hats.  Sam Woodard is currently working at a public middle school where he prototypes different types of technology-based activities.  Sam has been keen to understand how technology can help students learn for many years as a teacher, ed-tech developer and entrepreneur.  He has been the architect of a very popular stand-alone VR lab and is working on his own interactive VR math application.  I hope you enjoy!

Hello everyone, welcome to another episode of VR in Education where we explore the intersection between virtual reality and learning.  Today on the show we do a deep dive into the great work that Learning Lab 360 is doing in North Caroline, USA. Rebecca Habbershaw is a CEO and academic expert for Learning Lab 360 and Jeff Chodrow who is also a CEO and business expert for the company.  You can learn more about their work in education here, http://learninglab360.com/.

Hello everyone, welcome to another episode of VR in Education.  Today we have two members of Stamford American International School with us to talk about their experiences using the VR application becoming "Homeless by Standford VR".  Please see the World's Biggest Sleep Out here, https://www.bigsleepout.com/.  For more information about Stamford American International School see this link, https://www.sais.edu.sg/.

Hello everyone, welcome to another episode of VR in Education where we explore the intersection between virtual reality and learning.  Today on the show we have the honour of hearing from Rosie Summers. Rosie is a talented immersive animator/artist who creates innovative and creative works of art in VR.  She conducts VR workshops on how to design in this new medium and her popular youtube channel,https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SsZSVFF4x-4&feature=youtu.be, showcases some of her amazing work.  You can find her on twitter, @VR_Rosie.  

Hello everyone, welcome to another exciting episode of VR in Education.  Today on the show we “GET SOCIAL” with Ryan Schultz. Ryan is an academic librarian at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg and he hosts a popular website that covers news and views about social VR.  You can view his blog on social VR at https://ryanschultz.com/.  I know you are going to enjoy this episode.

Hello Everyone, Welcome to another episode of VR in Education.  Today on the show we have two guests who have authored a book on VR.  Their book is titled “Envisioning Reality”.  David Kaser is a STEM teacher at Barberton City School District in Ohio and a finalist for the 2019 State of Ohio Teacher of the Year.   Meredith Thompson is currently a research scientist and lecturer for the Scheller Teacher Education Program.  She has a master’s in science and engineering education and a doctorate in science education from Boston University.  You can learn more at https://envisionxr.net/ .

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