Tales from the Flip Side of Project-Based Learning

Jon Bergmann and Michael Gorman


In his premier episode, flipped classroom pioneer Jon Bergmann explains why real-world stories are the best way to learn about flipping the classroom. Jon then talks with Michael Gorman about marrying the project-based learning model with flipping.

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