This week we chat to Daniel Dybowski Bryant, an English language and virtual reality lecturer (and all-round ideas person) from Coleg Menai.
Daniel uses virtual reality (VR) to create immersive and engaging learning environments for his English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) students. He explains how the technology can be used to support student and staff wellbeing, and why it’s such a good fit for the current national climate, as well as sharing numerous interesting and practical examples of how to use VR in the classroom.
Daniel even shares some words of wisdom from a good friend who just happens to be the creator of virtual reality.
In the podcast, Daniel recommends Educators in VR as a great resource for teaching looking to start using virtual reality
This podcast mentions our three-year Jisc further education and skills strategy 2020-2023. Drafted in response to sector needs and refined in response to the pandemic, our strategy helps guide FE providers’ digital evolution for the next three years and beyond.
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