Modular instruction


Organization of the curriculum or of instructional courses in self-contained units ('modules') designed for management by the learner (UNESCO). , Packets of subject-related teaching materials containing objectives, directions for use, and test items (ERIC)

example of use

Another salient prediction is that today’s youth will likely change jobs and careers several times during their working lifetimes and may work for as many as 12 to 15 different companies. In order to become truly sustainable, TVET must meet the challenges posed by this increase in worker mobility. This can be accomplished by providing a sound basic TVET foundation that can be supplemented – either by conventional or modular instruction – when required for job upgrading or change (UNEVOC, 2006: 11).

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