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Ready Teacher One
43 minutes | Feb 11, 2022
Episode 4.5: Quinn Taber
Quinn Taber is the Founder & CEO of Immerse, and he was an absolute joy for us to chat with. Give this episode a listen to find out about his vision for using VR to revolutionize language education!
42 minutes | Dec 3, 2021
Episode 4.4: Jens Backvall
We had a fantastic conversation with Jens Backvall of Hololink about Augmented Reality, Project-Based Learning, NFTs, Danish Beer Bread, and so much more! Give this episode a listen to find out more about Hololink's vision for democratizing AR and why Jens believes this will be a pivotal moment for education.
28 minutes | Nov 22, 2021
Episode 4.3: Dr. Aditya Nagrath
Join Adam & Ryan as they speak with Dr. Aditya Nagrath, the Founder & CEO of Elephant Learning
42 minutes | Nov 16, 2021
Episode 4.2: Eric Gibbs
Join Adam & Ryan as they interview Eric Gibbs from Ouriginal, a leader in plagiarism prevention. We discuss how advances in tech are shaping both the problem of plagiarism as well as the solutions that educational institutions have at their disposal! References from the show: International Center for Academic Integrity www.academicintegrity.org Importance of Originality https://www.ouriginal.com/originality-this-important-skill-is-overlooked/ The Growing Threat of Cross-Language Plagiarism https://www.ouriginal.com/cross-language-plagiarism-and-challenges/
39 minutes | Oct 25, 2021
Episode 4.1: Erika Donalds
Ryan interviewed Erika Donalds, the CEO of the Optima Foundation, and Adam Mangana, his co-host and the Executive Director of Optima Domi, about the world's first VR-based Classical charter school, Optima Classical Academy, which will open its virtual doors in August 2022!
57 minutes | Oct 8, 2021
Bonus Episode: Ryan Boyette
To Move Mountains is an organization dedicated to coming alongside the people of the Nuba Mountains of Sudan and helping them to build an education system that will celebrate their culture, their identity, and their traditions. Join us as we interview Ryan Boyette, who has dedicated his entire adult life to the region, to learn more about what education means in a context like Nuba, what EdTech may have to offer in this situation, and more.
52 minutes | Sep 18, 2021
Bonus Episode: Dr. Derek Ham
Join us on this special 40th episode of Ready Teacher One, in which Adam & Ryan finally had the chance to interview one of their heroes, Dr. Derek Ham, the brilliant mind behind the "I Am a Man" experience on the Oculus Rift. As we explain in the episode, without Dr. Ham, this podcast might not exist. Listen in as he shares his insights about the future of VR in Education and tells us a bit about his next VR project on the history of Negro League Baseball.
51 minutes | Aug 17, 2021
Episode 3.13: Theo Priestley
We had the privilege of interviewing the Metapunk himself, Theo Priestley. Join us as we finish off season 3 with a bang, chatting with Theo about the metaverse, VR, AR, AI, NFTs, Doctor Who, Scotch, and so much more!
47 minutes | Aug 12, 2021
Episode 3.12: Lindy Hockenbary
Lindy Hockenbary is the Founder of InTECHgrated Professional Development and the author of "A Teacher's Guide to Online Learning: Strategies to Improve K-12 Student Engagement in Virtual Learning." She joined Adam and Ryan to share her thoughtful advice on integrating VR and AR in K-12 education and so much more!
49 minutes | Aug 4, 2021
Episode 3.11: Dr. Muhsina Morris
Dr. Muhsina Morris is Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Director of Academic Program at Morehouse College in Atlanta. She's also at the forefront of using VR for STEM education in higher ed. Adam and Ryan had a fantastic conversation with her that you won't want to miss!
40 minutes | Jul 26, 2021
Episode 3.10: Michele O'Brien & Angie King
This conversation gave us goosebumps the entire time we were having it. The work that Michele O'Brien & Angie King are doing with Virtual Reality is so important and so beautiful that it's hard to explain how it made us feel to be having it... give this episode a listen to hear about the amazing things these two women are doing at Georgian College to preserve and teach the Anishnaabemowin language and culture. It was an important reminder to us as to why we started this podcast and why we're hard at work to bring immersive technology to education, and we don't think you'll be able to listen to this interview without feeling as excited as we are about the power of VR for good. Michele & Angie are two amazing people we are immensely blessed to know, and we want you to hear about what they're working on because we think it will give you hope like it's given us.
38 minutes | Jul 20, 2021
Episode 3.9: Kingston Lee-Young
Join us as we hear from Kingston Lee-Young about his company VRTY and their efforts to bring Virtual Reality experiences to schools in Australia!
37 minutes | Jul 15, 2021
Episode 3.8: Dr. Paula MacDowell
Dr. MacDowell is an Assistant Professor at the University of Saskatchewan. We had the chance to speak with her about her academic research into using XR for Teaching & Learning and her undergraduate and graduate courses about XR for those pursuing education degrees!
51 minutes | Jul 6, 2021
Episode 3.7: Seth Fleischauer
We had the chance to chat with Seth Fleischauer, the Founder & CEO of Banyan Global Learning and a forward-thinking education and technology leader. Learn about Banyan's work doing virtual field trips, supporting the U.N.'s Sustainable Development Goals, and more!
55 minutes | Jul 1, 2021
Episode 3.6: The Founders of Sora
Technology is making the dreams of progressive educators possible. Join Adam and Ryan as they sit down to hear from Wesley, Garrett, and Indra--the founders of Sora Schools, a completely virtual, project-based learning high school--as they explain how the pedagogies of Dewey, Parker, etc. are coming to life in the age of online learning!
54 minutes | Jun 22, 2021
Episode 3.5: Corrales Cachola
This time it's different. This time, advances in tech have the potential to make us completely rethink education. And if we don't? Well, we aren't going to be able to stop the march of technological progress anyways... so how are we going to get ready for blockchain, AI, and XR/VR/AR? Join Adam & Ryan as they have an in-depth conversation with Corrales Cachola, the Founder of Brand New Voices, about the way educators can navigate this brave new world and become empowered in the Creator Economy!
37 minutes | Jun 16, 2021
Episode 3.4: Michael McDonald
VR is about to change the way students learn foreign languages. Join Adam & Ryan as they have a conversation with Michael McDonald about how Virtual Reality is helping to change the way we teach and learn other languages, preserve languages in danger of being lost to future generations, and more!
38 minutes | Jun 11, 2021
Episode 3.3: Heza Mulinzi
Heza Mulinzi has a plan: to help teachers create their own Augmented Reality content by offering no-code solutions. Give a listen to our interview with the Founder & CEO of Unbounded-AR and you'll see why Adam and Ryan think that this is a start-up that you very much need to keep your eye on...
27 minutes | Jun 3, 2021
Episode 3.2B: Beau McCoy, Part 2
The second part of our amazing conversation with Beau McCoy, the Founder & CEO of SOLCademy
35 minutes | Jun 3, 2021
Episode 3.2A: Beau McCoy, Part 1
Part 1 of our tremendous conversation with Beau McCoy, the Founder & CEO of SOLCademy
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