From Reel to Real: Practical Tips for Implementing Inductive Learning with Film


  • Matthew Gold University of Florida
  • Laura L. Greenhaw University of Florida



Inductive Learning, Film, Teams, Leadership


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How to Cite

Gold, M., & Laura L. Greenhaw. (2024). From Reel to Real: Practical Tips for Implementing Inductive Learning with Film. NACTA Journal, 67(TT).