In 2023, we interviewed many new experts in immersive education on the VictoryXR show. We have compiled the 10 most watched episodes for you to listen to. And don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel or Transistor Page so you never miss an episode!
John Wolf of Rundle school in Canada discusses how teaching in virtual reality has been beneficial to his students, especially those who are neurodivergent
Founder of The Global Town School, an online university that caters to students from 6th-12th grade. Students have the flexibility to design their own course catalog. Using VictoryXR’s platform, they can bring students together with purposeful activities and collaborative gatherings on a VR campus.
Featuring three faculty members from St. Ambrose University, where they utilize both VR and AR technologies created by VictoryXR. They discuss their own personal experiences teaching in VR, as well as the ease of integrating the technology into courses.
This episode features Elizabeth Hutton, Director of IB at the Dwight School, a New York school that reaches out to students globally. Because IB courses rely heavily on science labs, there was concern about accurately teaching these in an online setting. However, the VR simulations created by VictoryXR was able to give students hands-on experience, collaboration skills among peers, and more.
Zach Wahl is an associate professor at Northern Illinois University, where he trains future physical educators. Teaching PE in VR may seem impossible, but with VictoryXR’s assistance, Zach was able to find a way! Students can not only teach PE, they also can run simulations with their peers in a safe setting where no one is afraid to roleplay
The professors from UMGC who assisted in creating VictoryXR’s CSI Forensics Lab discuss how these simulations will change their future courses for the better. The hands-on investigation practice achieved in these simulations provides a new advantage for their online students.
Professor Robert Jesiolowski and student Laura Matheny discuss their experiences in VR courses. Especially interesting is Laura’s accounts of how learning in VR helped her overcome struggles from her disability by minimizing distractions and immersing her in the subject matter.
Craig Frehlich has been teaching in VR for a very long time, and now his son, Dieter, is an intern at VictoryXR. They discuss how far the technology has come, why it’s so beneficial for students today, and their visions for the future.
Take a look behind the scenes of VictoryXR’s technology as VictoryXR CEO, Steve Grubbs, introduces a number of staff members who were integral in the creation of our products. They discuss the challenges they’ve faced and the products they’re most excited for.
Barry Waite, former Apple VR, discusses many of his first-hand experiences from the beginning years of Apple. He also discusses what makes Apple a successful company, and makes predictions for their new VR headset coming out this year.