Author(s): Jill Castek – University of Arizona; Tyler H.J. Frank – Clark College
The author gives a comprehensive overview of adult learning, aiming to inform scholars, practitioners, learners, and policymakers. The book is divided into five sections, covering foundational principles, understanding adult learning, teaching practices and administrative leadership, formal and informal learning contexts, and contemporary issues.
The handbook is highly recommended for scholars, with its extensive references and unique perspectives on learning theories and practices guiding both research and instructional design.
ALE Journal – Volume 4, Issue 2