Hello everyone, welcome to another episode of VR in Education.   Today’s episode looks at how VR games might be thought of as double agents and by telling their story I hope to move them from outcasts in the world of learning to heroes.

Hello everyone, welcome to another episode of VR in Education.  In today’s episode, I want to talk about the efficacy of structured (convergent) vs unstructured (divergent) learning experiences. 

In this episode, I discuss a common question many teachers ask in a school situation, "what if I only have a few headsets for my large class?"  Although this is not ideal, I outline a few applications that can help you maximize your student engagement.  I hope you enjoy the episode.

Hello Everyone, Welcome to another exciting episode of VR in Education.  In today’s episode, we get to talk with Armutha Vasan Co-Founder & COO | Inspirit Learning Inc.  Inspirit learning aims to bring curiosity and critical thinking to STEM training. They are an immersive educational platform that is creating transformative STEM labs and simulations.  You can learn more about their work at https://www.inspiritvr.com/.

Hello Everyone, welcome to another exciting episode of VR in Education.  In today’s episode, we get to talk with Zach Grossman CEO and founder of LearnVR   Zach has his Masters of Education with a focus on Educational technology from Portland State University.  Before becoming an educator, Zach spent some time using his creative mind as a marketing guru.  We are thrilled to have him on the show.  To learn more about Zach's company and initiatives please see https://learnvr.org/

Hello Everyone. Welcome to another exciting episode of VR in Education.  In today’s episode, we get to talk with William Tustin CEO of Centertec and Principal of Chicken Waffle Games. Please visit https://www.centertec.com/ and https://chickenwaffle.com/ to learn more.  Bill can be reached at tustinw@centertec.com.

Hello everyone welcome to another exciting episode of VR in Education.  Today were are putting the spotlight on student voice.  We have Angelina Dayton (The VR Lady) and Donna McTaggart with us to talk about the upcoming Students in VR Conference.  You can learn more about this conference and how to attend at www.studentsinvr.com.   Please come out and support these talented learners.

Hello Everyone, Welcome to another exciting episode of VR in Education.  In today’s episode, we get to talk with Tommy Palm CEO of Resolution Games.  Tommy has been involved in game design for over 14 years; his team has been awarded ten international awards.  Besides game design, he is a teacher and presenter at numerous conferences.  

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.

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