- Elizabeth Kasl
California Institute of Integral Studies
Elizabeth Kasl is professor in the Transformative Learning Program at the California Institute of Integral Studies. Her work focuses on small group learning, transformative learning, collaborative learning, and pedagogical practices that support these types of learning. Recent publications include "Creating New Habits of Mind in Small Groups," (In J. Mezirow and Associates, Learning as Transformation, 2000, with D. Elias), and "Teams a Learners: A Research-Based Model of Team Learning," (Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 1997, with V. Marsick and K. Dechant).
- Lyle Yorks
Teachers College, Columbia University
Lyle Yorks is associate professor of adult and continuing education at Teachers College, Columbia University where he directs the Adult Education Guided Intensive Study (AEGIS) doctoral program. His research interests include action learning and collaborative inquiry as strategies for fostering adult learning and inquiry, especially as they relate to transformative and organizational learning. Recent publications include "Organizational Learning and Transformation," (J. Mezirow and Associates, Learning as Transformation, 2000, with V. Marsick), and Collaborative Inquiry as a Strategy for Adult Learning, (2000, with Elisabeth Kasl).