Curated x Kai Virtual Reality Trainings
Where innovation meets education
Who Should Attend a Virtual Reality Training?
- Edu support staff
- Homeschool teachers
- College professors
- Administrative staff
- Anyone interested in tech innovation
Whether you want to increase student comprehension, expose students to new career paths, or increase critical thinking-- virtual reality training is for you.
Kai provides customized trainings for your educational needs.
Sign up for a training, today! Space is limited.
Select Your Virtual Reality Training
Personalized 1-on-1 Online Training
Ready to prepare your first virtual reality lesson?
During this 1-on-1 training, Kai provides personalized support ranging from creating customized V.R lesson plans to tech coaching.
Troubleshooting questions? Schedule a working session with Kai to get your digital classroom up and running.
Large Groups - Workshops -Professional Development
Is your school ready to explore innovative learning techniques?
Kai conducts large scale virtual reality workshops, trainings and professional development EdTech sessions across the U.S.
To schedule, please email for a quote.
Small Group Trainings
(10 or less)
Bring Kai to your classroom!
Kai facilitates small virtual reality group trainings with educators, on-site, in the San Francisco Bay Area.
**Not in the San Francisco Bay Area? **
Send us an email for a out-of-area small group training quote.
Free 30 Minute V.r Webinar
DATE : Every Monday
Time: 5pm PST | 8PM EST
What's all the hype about Virtual Reality?
During this 30 minute free webinar, Kai will explain the basics of V.R and how it can be used to create innovative learning resources for students.
Kai Frazier (B.A History, M.Ed Secondary Education) is a historian, digital strategist, content creator and educator passionate about promoting the use of technology to increase inclusion and accessibility.
As a former History teacher, Kai witnessed firsthand how her students consumed information, digitally; not from books and magazines, but by utilizing smartphones, concise video content and social media. She noticed that technology had changed how the world received and shared information, but resources providing to teachers had not - especially in her classroom. To foster change, she began developing and incorporating digital tactics while teaching her students. This would begin the start of her digital classroom, Curated by Kai.
Kai was recently honored at the Washington Post during the 4th annual DC Fem Tech Awards celebrating power women in code, design and data.
In June 2018, Kai was accepted into Facebook's 2018 Oculus Launch Pad. Now in its third year, Launch Pad provides women, people of color, members of the LGBTQ community, and people from other underrepresented backgrounds funding and resources to ensure diversity of thought in the VR ecosystem.