Counter-Mapping the Neighborhood on Bicycles: Mobilizing Youth to Reimagine the City

@article{Taylor2013CounterMappingTN,
  title={Counter-Mapping the Neighborhood on Bicycles: Mobilizing Youth to Reimagine the City},
  author={Katie H. Taylor and Rogers Hall},
  journal={Technology, Knowledge and Learning},
  year={2013},
  volume={18},
  pages={65-93}
}
Personal mobility is a mundane characteristic of daily life. However, mobility is rarely considered an opportunity for learning in the learning sciences, and is almost never leveraged as relevant, experiential material for teaching. This article describes a social design experiment for spatial justice that focused on changes in the personal mobility of six non-driving, African-American teenagers, who participated in an afterschool bicycle building and riding workshop located in a mid-south city… CONTINUE READING
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