I am reading the 2009 Handbook of Research on Adult Learning and Development edited by M.C. Smith . It’s comprehensive overview of theoretical perspectives on adult development and learning, research methods in adult development, aging research and policy perspectives on aging. Understanding adult learning requires understanding developmental changes across adulthood.
There are 26 chapters, and I plan separate blogposts summarising the key insights from each.
This will be a largely notetaking rather than an analytical exercise.