OBTL emphasizes, not what the teacher is going to teach, but what the outcome of that teaching is intended to be. Intended Learning Outcome (ILO) is the significant factor which states clearly what the learner is supposed to be able to do and at what level.
OBTL necessitates teachers to devise Teaching Learning Activities (TLAs). These activities make students apply, invent, generate new ideas, diagnose and solve problems. These are the stuff they are expected to do as they start their career in an organization. This kind of teaching is proceeded by assessment tasks that measure how well students can use knowledge in academically and professionally appropriate ways, such as solving problems, analyzing opportunities, communicating with stakeholders or organizing and executing plans.
Complete Post in Learning Circle, Sept. 2012
Teaching and Learning Activities (TLA)
Active and Collaborative Learning
PowerPoint Aided Learning (PAL)