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VictoryVR Education Mission
To revolutionize education to the point that students fight to be first in line for their opportunity to learn

VictoryVR’s Education Purpose
VictoryVR has created virtual reality science books for students in grades 5-12. Our middle school (5-8) and high school (9-12) curriculum suites are available now. Our product is designed for use by school districts, homeschools, libraries, museums, and beyond. The VR packages are compatible with Oculus Rift, Oculus Go, HTC Vive, HTC Vive Focus, and Windows Mixed Reality headsets.

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VictoryVR’s Education Unit Contents
Relying on the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) as our model, we are creating original, engaging, and informative content for every one of our science units. We currently have 24 middle school units and  24 high school units completed, with more learning experiences on the way. Each unit has five VR experiences (240 total) and three assessments per unit. Each unit contains these elements:

  • (1 – 2) Virtual Field Trips
  • (1) Interactive Game/Learning Activity
  • (2) Instructional Stories: VR Comic Book, VR Theater experience, or VR Journey
  • (1) Teacher Demo/Experiment
  • (3) Assessments (connected to the cloud for recordkeeping)

Free VR Science

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VictoryVR Education Recipe
VictoryVR curriculum units, and the experiences contained within, transport students to a wide variety of places that will deepen their understandings of science: deserts, forests, beaches—even outer space! We provide students with opportunities to explore locations that enhance their learning while we reinforce grade-appropriate science standards in meaningful and memorable ways.

Virtual reality supports the International Society for Technology Education (ISTE) standards by designing and developing digital age learning experiences to facilitate and improve learning, communication and collaboration, creativity and innovation, information and technology literacy, daily attendance, and test scores.

VictoryVR’s curriculum is a wonderful compliment to an already technology-rich environment. And, if no such environment currently exists in your setting, VictoryVR is an incredible first addition to that goal of building a community of 21st Century learners.

Each of our 48 books generates enthusiasm for learning. We use innovative VR technology to expose students to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) careers and applications. Our STEM infusion also allows teachers and parents to determine students’ strengths and interests in these areas, and assist students in long-term decision-making related to coursework and future career opportunities.

VictoryVR stimulates students’ lifelong learning, as well as their curiosity for what’s possible in their world and what impact they may have upon it. By experiencing our VR environments, students are actively engaged, captivated, and excited to learn. Imagining their futures by experiencing the world outside of their local communities is only a headset away…

VictoryVR Education Team

Steve Grubbs
Founder of VictoryVR

Steve Grubbs is the founder of VictoryVR. Steve is the former Chairman of the Iowa House Education Committee and is the son of a social studies teacher.  Steve Received his B.B.A in Finance from the University of Iowa, followed by a J.D. in law.  Steve is a technologist and entrepreneur having founded three other tech-related companies.




Rene Gadelha –
Vice President – Curriculum Development

Rene graduated from Radford University in Virginia with majors in English and Psychology, then earned her Master’s Degree in Instruction and Curriculum from Kean University in New Jersey. She holds a permanent teaching license and is a former high school English teacher. After working in public education, she transitioned to assessment development and scoring, item writing, and editing for more than a decade. Her previous employers include Educational Testing Services, College Board, Pearson Prentice Hall, and CTB McGraw Hill. Her last post was as managing editor for a private science curriculum company. Rene also serves on the Iowa STEM Advisory Council.


Mary Greig –
Regional Virtual Reality Sales Director

Mary Greig, is a Nebraska native and a 20+ year sales and sales management professional. Her main focus is to expand the Educational Curriculum Platform to schools around the nation.



Wendy Martin
Science Teacher

Wendy Martin is recognized as one of America’s best teachers, having earned one of five nationwide Top Teacher Awards from the Live! with Kelly show in 2012. Wendy’s also the recipient of the Davenport Jaycee’s Outstanding Young Educator Award (2006) and in partnership with her school’s science club, of which she’s the advisor, Wendy earned the Friends of Davenport Award for her contribution toward improvements along the Mississippi River (2005).  Wendy has a Master’s degree in Teaching & Learning with Technology and is currently working on her Master’s in Biology through Clemson University. Over her nearly 20 year career as a high school science teacher, Wendy has taught dual credit biology and anatomy courses, environmental science, earth science, zoology, and genetics.


Sam Genson
Site Director

Sam is a graduate of Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan. He has served as a congressional staff member, a public policy analyst for a STEM-related trade association, and a member on the advancement team for Purdue University’s College of Engineering. Along with a strong writing background, Sam brings a breadth of experience in strategic direction and management to the VictoryVR team.




Briana Langlois
Virtual Reality Director

Briana graduated with her Web Design and Interactive Media degree from The Art Institutes International. She has worked with Victory Enterprises on the growing VictoryVR division since the start. Briana manages the technical team that will develop VictoryVR’s “NextGEN Science Experience Curriculum Supplement” and other future applications.




Kevin Cartwright
Creative Director

Kevin is one of the initial members of the burgeoning VictoryVR division within Victory Enterprises. He graduated from St. Ambrose University in 2013 with a Major in Art with a concentration in Graphic Design & a Minor in Marketing. Kevin brings his knowledge of project management and UI/UX, print Media, video editing, and creative content creation to VictoryVR.




Jim Kent
Writer and Voiceover

Jim Kent studied Theatre at the University of Minnesota before entering the world of Voice Over. Though still new to the industry, he has worked in a wide variety of fields, including audiobook narration, anime dubbing, radio commercials, and even voicing a teddy bear. His main role with VictoryVR is in writing and recording the Theater segments.





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