The easiest way to do the tbl is to change the stitch orientation from the right to the left and do it the way an English/Continental knitter would do. The ktbl is done as a SSK. The yarn over is done from back to front instead of front to back. The only other thing you would need to know is that a Kfb increase for us is a Kbf. When in doubt, change the stitch orientation and do it the way a Continental knitter would. Feel free to PM me if you have any other questions. Ravelry has also just started an Eastern European group where you can get more answers to your questions.
*I'm an Eastern European knitter*
Edit: If you do switch the few stitches you're working with from right to left to do it as a Continental knitter would, wrap the yarn around the needle the way we normally do or those few stitches will be backwards on the next row.