Instructional design/Technology-based lessons/Comparing TBCL and TBL

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1.Introduction 2. TBCL 3. TBL 4. TBCL vs. TBL 5. Elements of a good TBL 6. Create Your TBL

COMPARE TBCL vs TBL[edit]

In order to show that a TBL is the best choice for a lesson, consult the chart below to be sure to attain the objectives of the lesson.

CONTENT TBCL TBL
Student interaction Minimal with each other or the teacher Minimal with each other, moderate with the instructor, maximum online
Teacher control Maximum since students are silent within class Moderate since students are working on own with teacher walking room and helping
Display of knowledge Paper and pencil test Student decides best way to display their knowledge
Retention Minimal without studying Moderate to maximum since students must work on the information to turn in a product displaying their knowledge to their own potential. Allows students to work in away that they learn best.

As seen in the above chart, TBL's increase student retention and interaction while allowing them the freedom to display their knowledge in their own way. Meanwhile, it only depletes teacher control minimally over a TBCL.

  

1 Which lesson has the highest level of interaction with the teacher?

TBL.
TBCL.

2 Retention is maximized by which type of lesson?

TBL.
TBCL.

3 Students are able to maximize interaction with each other during the lesson.

TBL.
TBCL.

4 Students are able to display their knowledge in the way they best see fit.

TBL.
TBCL.



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