Game Design Fundamentals Packages

Zulama Computer Science and Game Design Short Courses

What are you doing with coding in your school? There are 500,000 open computing jobs in the U.S., and schools play a key role in introducing students to computer science.

Developed with faculty from Carnegie Mellon University, our package of nine 15-20 hour courses makes teaching programming easy for ALL teachers. It is an engaging, rigorous curricula that brings computer science to any class at anytime, helping middle and high school students to bridge the gap from drag and drop programming to true coding.

“[Zulama] provides a tool for our… students to develop the skills and discipline necessary to succeed in future careers and educational pursuits. This goal is accomplished through high-interest, engaging programs that motivate students as they use technology in meaningful, authentic settings.”
– Dr. Chris Assetta -Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction, West Allegheny School District

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Game Design Fundamentals courses can be embedded into any class from Math to History, and they are often used in rotational blocks. The curricula is delivered through our digital platform, so all you need is a web browser and just about any device!

Game Design Fundamentals Package Includes:

Short Courses

Access to a semester-long game design course

Resources and Training

  • A hands-on, two-hour implementation training session for administrators, teachers, and staff
  • Self-paced, online teacher training workshops (which lead to Zulama teacher badges!)
  • Access to Zulama teacher forums and individualized support

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