Daffron and North incorporate their findings of the transfer process from case studies of 20 professional groups with theories and models for reaching transfer of learning. In doing so, they find variables that program planners can incorporate in the planning process, in the characteristics and motivation of the learner, the design and
delivery of the program, and in the role the organization plays, to create praxis for the professional. The resulting dialogue is a changing context as the professional group changes. Lessons for educators, directly from the field, fill this book. It is an invaluable handbook for successful transfer of learning for educators of adults.