Zulama’s curriculum was created by educators at Carnegie Mellon University’s Entertainment Technology Center. It gives high schoolers experience with problem solving and thinking creatively—skills they need to earn jobs in a digital world.
Courses are 15 weeks long, containing between 70 and 80 lessons and activities, which is equal to half a Carnegie Unit. The content is delivered through an online platform into your classrooms, but students participate in hands-on, project-based activities and assignments. Our approach to blended learning combines the best of both online and real-world learning.
Each course contains:
- Interactive class discussions
- Online and offline activities
- Hands-on project-based learning
- Formative and authentic assessments