Themes and Modules

The curriculum is divided and sub-divided into a number of Themes and related Modules. There are inter-relationships between all of the modules, and so developing and delivering any course should not be seen in isolation.
Table 11‑1: Themes and Modules
The Impact of Mobiles on People, Communities and Societies
The Impact of Mobiles on the Economy
The Impact of Mobiles on Learning
The Nature of the Technology, Systems and Devices
Becoming Mobile

Mobile Life: Digital Identity, Online Communities
The Nature of Goods and Services
Mobile Learning
Nature of the Technology, Systems and Devices
Governance, policy and vision
Mobile Learning: Knowing, Learning, Finding Out
The Nature of Work and Jobs
Formal Learning

Planning and pedagogy

Informal Learning

Practicalities, organisation, management and administration

The following section details the themes and related modules. Within the outline of the curriculum it is acknowledged that there are many interpretations of single words or concepts. As such we expand on the intention behind the terms used.
The term curriculum is the embodiment of a program undertaken by a member of the target audience as student that has co-ordinated themes which constitute a coherent unity related to the content, approach and assessment. As no curriculum is value free, and attempts to make it value free imply a set of values in itself, the curriculum is presented with the expectation that institutions wishing to implement it would have to imbue locally relevant values.
This curriculum consists of five themes as major constituents in inquiry. These major areas of discourse are further broken down into modules that represent themes within these areas.
The Themes and Modules are structured as follows:

  • Theme Rationale: Provides the reasons, importance and value of engaging in the topic to the target audience. Presenting a broader view of the modules contained within the specific theme. In essence, each theme contains a set of related modules

  • Module Rationale: Identify the significance and impact of doing the individual modules; the benefits involved and getting a clear understanding of the content to be delivered as well as what the participants will learn from the module.
  • Challenges: to understand and identify the possible risks and any other factors that might be overlooked which may have a negative effect or hinder the delivery of the modules. Addressing these challenges is imperative to the success of the delivery and completion of the modules.
  • Content:

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