Daniel Dyboski-Bryant is joining Tom Furness this month for the Virtual World Society's Fireside Chat.
Daniel, co-founder of Educators in VR and VWS’s Director of Virtual Education and Platforms, has a background packed full of educator experience specializing in virtual and augmented reality, immersive technologies, 360 media, teacher training, communication and languages.
The Virtual World Society brings the world's leaders, innovators, and inventors in immersive technologies to AltspaceVR once a month. Hosted by the Virtual World Society's co-founder, Tom Furness, and the Educators in VR Team, these Fireside Chats are open discussions on the past, present, and future of the digital landscape.
Daniel is a life-long educator specializing in virtual and augmented reality, immersive technologies, 360 media, teacher training, communication and languages. He speaks 5 languages.
He is a founder of Educators in VR, an open membership-based community of educators, trainers, researchers and startups who meet, share and collaborate in and with VR and AR across multi-user platforms. Here Daniel is also working on a remote VR learning network. His driving aim is to continually explore, test and develop immersive educational resources and methods that democratize education actually deliver improved learning results.
As an VR speaker, trainer & consultant Daniel has spoken about VR for education and training at leading international conferences such as VRX Amsterdam, AWE San Jose; he has also given seminars and delivered training at colleges and universities around the UK. He specializes in remote synchronous teaching and training.
In his work as a lecturer at Coleg Menai, Daniel is developing an education and training VR Lab which hosts a number of innovative projects involving immersive technologies. One project is working towards re-engaging marginal learners with the help of VR. He has recently been awarded the INSPIRE Award for Best Tutor in Wales - Adult Community Learning.
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