Ohio Educational Service Center Association (OESCA) Conference

Recently I led an interactive session at the OESCA Conference. School Superintendents, Curriculum Directors, and IT Directors all participated in a lively discussion about game-based learning. They are looking for ways to easily and cost-effectively replace outdated programs such as wood shop and keyboarding with more modern elective choices.  They are losing students to cyber and charter schools, and need engaging, STEAM curriculum to retain as well as attract new students.

Zulama is a great fit for them, of course! Students clamor to take courses such as Game Design and Mobile App Development. Even though the topics are “hot”, our courses are rigorous and align to Common Core and 21st Century Skills. Here’s a great way to compare they kind of learning students experience in Zulama courses as stacked up against traditional classroom-based learning and hands-on programs:

How traditional lecture-based education, apprenticeships, and game-based learning all stack up against each other.

How traditional lecture-based education, apprenticeships, and game-based learning all stack up against each other.

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