Zulama, online learning from z to a
Zulama, online learning from z to a

Zulama creates information, systems and tools that inspire life-changing educational experiences for students and their mentors.

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
  • WebQuests
  • Formative and authentic assessments

Content integrates photos, video, audio, animations, and web links for a rich multimedia experience. No textbooks are required!

Zulama was last modified: August 4th, 2016 by Ryan Coon