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Outcomes-Based-Education:

Basis for Enhanced Teacher


Education Curriculum
Definition of Outcomes Based Education
(OBE)

OBE is clearly focusing, and organizing


everything in the educational system
around the essential for all the students to
do successfully at the end of their learning
experiences.
Premises of OBE

 All students can learn and succeed, but


not at the same time or in the same way.
 Successful learning promotes even more
successful learning.
 Schools and teachers control the
conditions that will determine if the
students are successful in school learning.
1. Clarity Focus
A clear focus on what teacher want
student to learn is the primary principle
of OBE.

2. Designing Backwards
At the beginning of the curriculum
design, the learning outcome has to be
clearly defined.
Four Essential Principles of OBE
3. High Expectations
Establishing high expectations,
challenging standards of performance will
encourage students to learn better.

4. Expanded Opportunities
In OBE all students are expected to excel,
hence equal expanded opportunities
should be provided.
 Teachers must prepare students
adequately.
 Teachers must create a positive learning
environment.
 Teachers must help their students to
understand, that they have learn, why
they should lean it and how will they
know that they have learned.

Teaching-Learning in OBE
 Teachers must use variety of teaching
methods.
 Teachers must provide students with
enough opportunities to use the new
knowledge and skills that they gain.
 Teachers must help students to bring each
learning to a personal closure that will
make them aware of what they learned.
Principles of Assessment of Learning
Outcomes in OBE
1. Assessment procedure should be valid.
Procedure and tools should actually assess
what one intends to test.
2. Assessment procedure should be reliable.
The results should be consistent.
3. Assessment procedure should be fair.
Cultural background and other factors
should not influence assessment
procedure.
4. Assessment should reflect the knowledge
and skills that are important to the
students.
5. Assessment should tell both the teachers
and students how students are progressing.
6. Assessment should support every student’s
opportunity to learn things that are
important.
7. Assessment should allow individuality or
uniqueness to be demonstrated.
8. Assessment should be comprehensive to
cover a wide range of learning outcomes.