Mwabu e-Learning Content

In South Africa, we are currently developing a new CAPS-aligned product. Our content will cover the primary school curriculum for Grades 1 – 7 in Mathematics, English and Natural Sciences & Technology. All lessons are multi-media, with sound and images, voiced in English and local languages for the early grades. The content moves away from the classic rote learning or 'chalk-and-talk' approach and instead motivates pupils to enquire, explore and problem-solve.

 

Educators can access teacher tips and Mwabu Academy resources, as well as class management tools and reporting dashboards.
Learners have fun, interactive material and they can track the progress they are making.

 

Our content is structured in units which cover every learning objectives of the curriculum. Each unit is structured in sections:

 

  1. Learning Objective
  2. Introduction - an opportunity to review previous learning using engaging questioning techniques and to ensure understanding of the lesson objective
  3. Explanation - the method or approach to use 
  4. Core Activity - e.g. group work, pair work, multiple choice exercises
  5. More Activities - differentiated by Reinforcement, Mainstream, and Extension activities
  6.  Plenary - verifying that learners have achieved the objective
  7.  Summary

 

We are also developing curriculum-aligned assessments to track performance and identify intervention areas for each learner.

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Mwabu Academy

Mwabu Academy provides specifically focused educator support, through initial training courses in using our product and devices, and continued professional development to develop educators’ skills and best practice. We now offer a complete set of standard and bespoke change management courses, as well as high-quality teacher mentoring and support. We are also building an intelligent interconnected network of teachers, learners and parents to share good practice across borders.

For enquiries, please contact academy@mwabu.com

Bespoke Content Development

Mwabu is currently developing content for a range of organisations, from healthcare to wildlife conservation. Our largest bespoke development programme is a five-year contract valued at approximately $4m involving end-to-end production of training modules. Integration with a proprietary Learning Management System enables ongoing monitoring and evaluation of the learning.

 

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Technology Partners
We work with world class market leading technology companies
to create bespoke platforms and services for the design, production and distribution of Mwabu content throughout Africa.


Implementation Partners
We work with local and national partners to implement Mwabu programmes as a sustainable solution to our customers around Africa. Our partners are experts when it comes to working with schools and organisations to ensure the most effective understanding and use of Mwabu content.

 

 

Corporate Social Responsibility Partners
It is becoming increasingly important for organisations to give back to their communities. Through various programmes and approaches, Mwabu offers many opportunities for businesses to engage with schools.

Contact us for more information on CSR.

Latest News

Mwabu and the MRP Foundation have partnered to launch an exciting new e-learning programme at four schools in Kwa-Zulu Natal. Read more

 

Mwabu and Onyx Connect partner in bringing E-learning tablets to the education space in South Africa. Read more

South Africa

Get in touch!

Oliver Nudds 

Business Development Manager 

E: oliver.nudds@mwabu.com

M: +27 (0) 82 463 1112

Skype: olivernudds

 

Didi Bryant

Business Development Manager

E: didi.bryant@mwabu.com

M: +27 (0) 72 627 5452

 

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mwabu fact no. 08 12% The drop in global poverty if all students in low-income countries left school with basic reading skills
mwabu fact no. 02 2.1 million According to a UNESCO study, by 2030 Africa will be short of 2.1m teachers
mwabu fact no. 32 100 million We aim to reach 100 million learners by 2020
mwabu fact no. 27 5,000 In Zambia, we created 5,000 lesson plans, each packed with interactive activities
mwabu fact no. 11 50% of Africans will own a smartphone by 2020 so we’re developing our content to work on any device
mwabu fact no. 03 3x Children learning with Mwabu improved their literacy scores 3x faster than a control group in our Unicef study in Zambia
mwabu fact no. 18 180,000 Primary school children reached so far

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