1. Supporting Self-Directed Learning in Science and Technology Beyond the School Years
This book, written by ASERA Emeritus Member, Léonie J. Rennie (Curtin University, Australia) with her colleagues, Susan M. Stocklmayer (The Australian National University, Australia) and John K. Gilbert (The University of Reading, UK), 'provides an original in-depth look at adult and lifelong learning in science and technology'.
More details are available at https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/9780429434303 or in the attached file.
2. Intergenerational Education for Adolescents towards Liveable Futures
This book, written by ASERA member, Kathryn Paige with her colleagues, David Lloyd and Richard Smith, 'asserts that ethical contemporary science and environmental education, which practitioners might find within STEM, will have at centre-stage not merely more factual knowledge, but also the development of learners’ affect and behaviour towards acting for eco-social justice'.
More details are available at https://cambridgescholars.com/intergenerational-education-for-adolescents-towards-liveable-futures