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A studio-based approach to planning education provides opportunities for employing a peer resource model whereby students facilitate each other's learning. This paper describes the experience of coordinating undergraduate studio classes from different levels of study as students worked on a...
This paper offers a framework for reexamining the set of skills and techniques included in the quantitative and research methods curricula of American graduate planning programs. These offerings, viewed as the supply of skills, are compared to the demand—skills and techniques used by U.S....
This article underscores the importance to childrens' development of utilizing urban neighborhoods-even problematic ones—as arenas for critical learning and intervention. It describes one participatory public art project undertaken with young people in a low income neighborhood in Holyoke,...
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