The Future of Language Learning in VR Worlds

UniVirtual Experience vLanguage Team - Educators in VR

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Teaching languages in virtual worlds — does it sound like something futuristic? Desktop virtual worlds are technology of the past, yet some educators have been using it for ages? The future is VR and the future is now. Join us for an interactive panel discussion about the past, present, and future of language teaching with modern technologies with our special guests: Nergiz Kern, Heike Philp, Doris Molero and Helena Galani.

Nergiz Kern is Head of Research at Immerse and an independent VR for language learning specialist with an MA in EdTech and TESOL and 20+ years of teaching experience.

Heike Philp, CEO of let’s talk online sprl, is an immersive education specialist for language teaching and learning.

Dr. Doris Molero, Ed.D is passionate about language learning, instructional design, and related educational technologies, specifically 3D Multi-User Virtual Environments.

Helena Gelani (MA ELT, Dip. RSA) promotes Instructional technology and Immersive language teaching and training in 3D Virtual Worlds

Join us for the Educators in VR UniVirtual Experience vLanguage Team conference July 29-30, 2022, featuring expert educators, researchers, instructional designers, world builders, and more to explore the potential for learning languages in XR.

Educators in VR vLanguage Learning Team Project explores learning language, foreign language, language skills, translation, and art of language in the virtual learning environment. We showcase spatial learning techniques in VR for language learning and skill building in immersive worlds.


Educators in VR represents over 4,000 members and is dedicated to integrating VR, AR, and XR into education and business with over 800 VR free and paid events, classes, workshops, and conferences annually covering all aspects of education.

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