Learning on the Move Frameworks

Taylor, K. H. & Hall, R. (2013). Counter-mapping the Neighborhood on Bicycles: Mobilizing Youth to Reimagine the Neighborhood. Technology, Knowledge and Learning: 65-93. LINK

Marin, A. M. (2013) Learning to Attend and Observe: Parent-child Meaning Making in the Natural World. Ph.D. Dissertation. Northwestern University. LINK

Leander, K. M., Phillips, N. C. & Taylor, K. H. (2010). The changing social spaces of learning: Mapping new mobilities. Review of Research in Education, 34 , 329-394. LINK

Bang, M. & Marin, A. (2015). Nature-Culture Constructs in Science Learning: Human/non-human agency and intentionality. Journal for Research in Science Teaching, 52(4), 530-544. LINK

Studying Learning on the Move

Taylor, K.H. (2017). Learning along lines: Locative literacies for reading and writing the city, Journal of the Learning Sciences. LINK

Shapiro, B.R., Hall, R. and Owens, D. (2017). Developing & Using Interaction Geography in a Museum. International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, 12(4), 377-399. LINK

Embodied Learning on the Move in Classroom Spaces

Enyedy, N., Danish, J. A., & DeLiema, D. (2015). Constructing liminal blends in a collaborative augmented-reality learning environment. International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning10(1), 7-34. LINK

Lindgren, R. (2015). Getting into the cue: Embracing technology-facilitated body movements as a starting point for learning. In V. R. Lee (Ed.), Learning technologies and the body: Integration and implementation in formal and informal learning environments (pp. 39e54). New York, NY: Rutledge. LINK

Embodied Learning on the Move in Outdoor Spaces

Ma, J. Y. (2016). Ensemble learning and knowing: Developing a walking scale geometry dilation strategy. In A. A. diSessa, M. Levin, & N. J. S. Brown (Eds.), Knowing and learning in interaction: A synthetic agenda for the learning sciences. New York, NY: Rutledge. LINK

Sakr, M., Jewitt, C., & Price, S. (2016). Mobile Experiences of Historical Place: A Multimodal Analysis of Emotional Engagement. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 25 (1), 51-92. LINK

Zimmerman, H. T., Land, S. M., Maggiore, C., Ashely, R. W. & Millet, C. (2016). Designing outdoor learning spaces with iBeacons: Combining place-based learning with the Internet of Learning Things. Proceedings of the Twelfth International Conference for the Learning Sciences. (Pp. 942- 945). LINK

Design Considerations for Learning on the Move

Hoadley, C. (2009). Social Impacts of Mobile Technologies for Children: Keystone or Invasive Species? In A. Druin (Ed.), Mobile Technology for Children (pp. 63-81). Boston: Morgan Kaufmann (Elsevier). LINK

Hollett, T., & Kalir. J. (2017). Mapping playgrids for learning across space, time, and scale. TechTrends, 61(3), 236-245. LINK

Kahn, J., & Hall, R. (2016, April). Getting personal with big data: Stories with multivariable models about global health and wealth︎. Paper presented at the American Education Research Association 2016 Annual Meeting, Washington D.C.. Available in the AERA Online Paper Repository.

Radinsky, J., Loh, B. & Lukasik, J.. "GIS tools for historical inquiry: Issues for classroom-centered design," Journal of the Association of History and Computing, v.XII(2), 2008. LINK

Learning Environment Designs for Learning on the Move

Craig, K., Mahoney, C., Danish, J. (2017) Correcting for Presentism in Student Reading of Historical Accounts Through Digital-History Methodologies", in AERA 2017 Annual Meeting Conference Proceedings , San Antonio, TX. LINK

Danish, J. A., Enyedy, N., Saleh, A., Lee, C., & Andrade, A. (2015). Science Through Technology Enhanced Play: Designing to Support Reflection Through Play and Embodiment. In S. Ludvigsen & O. Lindwall (Eds.), Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning. Gothenburg, Sweden: International Society of the Learning Science. LINK

Lanouette, K. A., Van Wart, S. J., & Parikh, T. S. (2016, June). Supporting Elementary Students' Science Learning Through Data Modeling and Interactive Mapping in Local Spaces. In Proceedings of the twelfth annual International Conference of the Learning Sciences (pp. 570-577). LINK

Rubel, L., Hall-Wieckert, M., & Lim, V. (2017). Making space for place: mapping tools and practices to teach for spatial justice. Journal of the Learning Sciences , 26(4), 643-687. LINK

Shapiro, B.R. (2017). Using Space Time Visualization in Learning Environment Design. In Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI EA '17). ACM, Denver, CO, USA. (pp. 178-183). LINK

Spatial Pedagogy

Silvis, D., Taylor, K.H. & Stevens, R. (2018). Community technology mapping: inscribing places when “everything is on the move”. International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning. LINK

Ricker, B., Thatcher, J. (2017). Evolving technology, shifting expectations: cultivating pedagogy for a rapidly changing GIS landscape. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. LINK