The US-based virtual reality English language teaching platform supports language schools by helping them deliver “more meaningful and effective” language learning experiences through RV.
“Language learners need opportunities to fully immerse themselves in a language”
The EdTech Breakthrough Awards seek innovative solutions that solve a complex problem, solve a gap in the edtech industry or revolutionize the market.
Immerse said the award demonstrates that RV, with its potential to deliver meaningful and engaging experiences, is considered an effective new medium for education by industry professionals.
“Our global team of language education experts, RV developers and designers are passionate about helping language schools thrive,” said Quinn Taber, founder and CEO of Immerse.
Taber said current online learning and communication tools do not facilitate the collaborative and engaging work environments that are needed for student-centered learning.
“Our dream is to use RV to give educators the power to return these basic aspects of language learning to their teaching practice,” Taber said.
Immerse’s head of learning and effectiveness Sara Davila added that winning an award at EdTech Breakthrough was a “fantastic endorsement” of the company’s research-based pedagogical approach to teaching and learning. virtual reality.
“For successful online learning, language learners need opportunities to fully immerse themselves in a language,” said James Johnson, CEO of EdTech Breakthrough.
“Whether it is classroom, distance or hybrid learning, Immerse represents an advanced tool that offers a synchronized learning of English. Congratulations to the Immerse team for winning our “Innovation in Language Learning of the Year” award. ”