Kendall Zoller

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Virtual professional learning is here to stay. Here’s how to make it stick.

By Kendall Zoller | March 31, 2021

After a year of pandemic disruption, professional learning leaders wonder: how might we bring back the magic of face-to-face professional learning? We crave that amazing experience of energy in the room, the hum of adult learning, the joy of laughing and interacting, the power and influence of group dynamics. Just as we adjust to a […]

What We’ve Learned

By Robert J. Garmston and Kendall Zoller | February 1, 2018

Educators, more than in most professions, have an opportunity – actually, a responsibility – to practice and model constructive ways of disagreeing. We wish to frame the context for this obligation and suggest ways we can all get better at respectful disagreement. To disagree well, one first must listen. Listening conveys respect of the person […]