Three new Short Courses are now ready and available for Zulama schools!
Students will use Scratch and a Hummingbird robotics kit to build their own arcade game! Learning the fundamentals of game design and coding, they will use LEDs, motors, and sensors to create a game that lights up and moves.
Science is everywhere, from tiny bacteria to space travel! Your middle schoolers will team up with friends to build and play a game about a popular science topic of their choice!
Your students will learn to apply five elements of game design to build a game using Gamestar Mechanic. They will create a design document, prototype, and play their game with friends!
We Want Your Feedback!
For a limited time, we’re opening up the opportunity to be the first to use these new 15-18 hour courses in your classroom, whether your school has purchased the Short Courses or not!
In return, we’d like to hear your feedback about your experience with the new courses.
What we ask from you:
- Complete a 5 minute click and submit survey at the conclusion of the course to let us know how your class enjoyed the course activities and project
- Take a short followup call from Zulama to share your course experience with us
- Your classroom meets the requirements (below) for the course you’d like to teach
- You are willing to share samples images of your student’s work
Only with feedback from our valued teachers and administrators, can we continue to bring innovative and engaging new content for your students to enjoy! We couldn’t do what we do without you!
This offer is only available through the end of Summer 2016, so if you’d like to take advantage of this opportunity, talk to your administrators, and send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
Classroom requirements for each course are listed below:
Arcade Game Design Requirements
Science Game Design Requirements
- Must teach in a grade 6 through grade 9 classroom, preferably in a science classroom
Gamestar Mechanic Game Design Requirements
- Access to Gamestar Mechanic (the free version will work for this course)