Let’s Get Ludic - Language Educators in XR

vLanguage Learning Team for Educators - Educators in VR

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James York introduces language learning educational games and shares his experience on how to teach languages with games.

Senior Professor at Meiji University in Japan, James York teaches and conducts research on the application of games and play in language and literacy teaching. He is currently exploring projects in Cyberpragmatics, PBL, and TBLT.

Educators in VR vLanguage Learning Team represents educators, students, researchers, and those passionate about learning and teaching language, foreign languages, language skills, and translation in the virtual immersive learning environment known as the metaverse. We showcase learning techniques in VR for language learning educators and professionals with featured guest speakers, training sessions, and discussions on how to improve our teaching techniques in XR.

This is not a language class.


Educators in VR is dedicated to integrating VR, AR, and XR into education and business. We host over 800 VR free and paid events, classes, workshops, and conferences annually covering all aspects of education. Educators in VR started in AltspaceVR when educators came together to solve their common challenges, and has grown to over 2,500 members from around the world, and over two dozen Team Projects (special interest groups).

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