ZamaKhan30 is a partnership between Zama American HS and KhanAcademy.org to provide a dynamic method for students to improve on areas of weakness in math skills during the first 30 minutes of each Seminar (Zama + Khan + 30).
This three-year initiative (SYs 15-16, 16-17, and 17-18) is a result of analyzing ZAHS student assessment data, indicating the need to set a goal to improve student math achievement school-wide. ZamaKhan30 is the method for seeing that happen.
Recently, all students took a 'common' internal math assessment to determine student weaknesses in math concepts on which many ZAHS students have historically tested poorly, according to the data. Based on their results, each student has an Individual Development Plan (IDP) that determines on which concepts they will focus.
For more information, you may view a PowerPoint presented by Dr. Mowen to students regarding ZamaKhan30 by clicking here.
PLEASE NOTE: There have been changes to the procedures for students completing ZamaKhan30 activities (as of 1/15/16). Please view the ZamaKhan30 Update video for these updated procedures.
Your Seminar teacher, or another student, should help you go through the steps outlined in the document below. You can then get started with completing activities in this month's ZamaKhan30 topic.