Problem Based Case Learning (PBCL) is a learning process that begins with a problem presented by a business partner in cooperation with the instructor. High school and/or college students work in teams to focus on that problem as part of their rmal classroom assignments. Students work on problems, which have never been solved, but would be beneficial to the business if they were solved. Students must integrate all academic skills while solving the problem by communicating with the business partner, identifying factors affecting the problem's solution, cooperating with team members to formulate a potential solution and then communicating that solution verbally and in writing back to the business partner. The successful process can be applied to all techlogy based courses as well as academic areas such as math and science. Funded has been provided by the National Science Foundation to Nashville State Community College with the assistance of teachers in colleges and high schools across the nation. Nationally recognized educators such as Dr. John Bransford, has been instrumental in the design, development and implementation of the PBCL process. Please see http: //www.makinglearningreal.com.