Which Course Should I Start with for My Classroom?
Zenva Schools offers an extensive collection of courses on Scratch, Excel, Unity, Digital Systems, Python, web development, and much more. With so many options, though, choosing the right course for your classroom can be a challenge. Every classroom also has its own individual needs that the course needs to match.
Using our Course Finder tool, however, you can quickly match any of our courses to your specifications and get up and running quickly!
In order to access the tool, Teachers or the School Admin should:
- Log in to their account.
- Hover the mouse on the Courses menu link.
- Click All Courses on the drop-down menu.
- Select the Help me choose a course link under the page title.
- Fill out the questionnaire to get matched with your ideal course!
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