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I recognise
that this is
the map
symbol for
a campsite
where I can
put a tent.
I can use
maps to
identify the
best
campsite
from a range
of options
based on my
needs
I have looked at my house on
Google Earth
I have added information to Google
Earth as a placemark or polygon
I can use the Google Earth weather
layer to explore a tropical storm
I have collected
fieldwork data
using an app on a
smartphone or
tablet device
I have a
smartphone, and
know that it can
tell me my
location….
I know what a GPX file is, and can
export it and view it…
I can download USGS data on recent
earthquakes, and create a map of my
own
I can view USGS earthquake data and
connect with the idea of plate
tectonics
I’ve
collected
data and
added it
to a map
I am aware of the idea of
Open Data and some local
datasets that are open for
me to use…
I’ve drawn a map of my journey to
school….
I know
the
latitude
and
longitude
of my
school…
I can make a map using a
web-based tools….
I know how to
collect data to
support a
particular
geographical
enquiry
I have heard of What 3 Words,
and know what it is used for
I understand the term geolocation or
geotagging when it is applied to
images
I can download data from a national
data source
Identify a suitable method of
data gathering for a project,
and be aware of possible issues
when collecting data
Know where to use a map to
help with an enquiry
Give an example of where
GI is used in your daily life…
Download a CSV file file from
an online database
Recognise the relationship
between two items
Provide some persuasive
mapping to influence decision-
makers
I can communicate geographic
information using a visual
format
I can interpret geographic
information which has been
presented using a visual format
I am aware of tools to create
infographics e.g. Piktochart
I have created an infographic
using a GI tool e.g. Piktochart
I can draw a map of my local area
I can get a map
of my local area
from the
internet
I can work out the route of a journey I
am going to take and print out a map
I can obtain a map of my local
area for a specific purpose…
I can use a virtual globe to find details
on the weather: temperature, winds
and humidity
I can create a map using data
downloaded as a CSV file…
I can….
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GI Forum Card Sort

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GI Forum Card Sort

  1. 1. I recognise that this is the map symbol for a campsite where I can put a tent.
  2. 2. I can use maps to identify the best campsite from a range of options based on my needs
  3. 3. I have looked at my house on Google Earth
  4. 4. I have added information to Google Earth as a placemark or polygon
  5. 5. I can use the Google Earth weather layer to explore a tropical storm
  6. 6. I have collected fieldwork data using an app on a smartphone or tablet device
  7. 7. I have a smartphone, and know that it can tell me my location….
  8. 8. I know what a GPX file is, and can export it and view it…
  9. 9. I can download USGS data on recent earthquakes, and create a map of my own
  10. 10. I can view USGS earthquake data and connect with the idea of plate tectonics
  11. 11. I’ve collected data and added it to a map
  12. 12. I am aware of the idea of Open Data and some local datasets that are open for me to use…
  13. 13. I’ve drawn a map of my journey to school….
  14. 14. I know the latitude and longitude of my school…
  15. 15. I can make a map using a web-based tools….
  16. 16. I know how to collect data to support a particular geographical enquiry
  17. 17. I have heard of What 3 Words, and know what it is used for
  18. 18. I understand the term geolocation or geotagging when it is applied to images
  19. 19. I can download data from a national data source
  20. 20. Identify a suitable method of data gathering for a project, and be aware of possible issues when collecting data
  21. 21. Know where to use a map to help with an enquiry
  22. 22. Give an example of where GI is used in your daily life…
  23. 23. Download a CSV file file from an online database
  24. 24. Recognise the relationship between two items
  25. 25. Provide some persuasive mapping to influence decision- makers
  26. 26. I can communicate geographic information using a visual format
  27. 27. I can interpret geographic information which has been presented using a visual format
  28. 28. I am aware of tools to create infographics e.g. Piktochart
  29. 29. I have created an infographic using a GI tool e.g. Piktochart
  30. 30. I can draw a map of my local area
  31. 31. I can get a map of my local area from the internet
  32. 32. I can work out the route of a journey I am going to take and print out a map
  33. 33. I can obtain a map of my local area for a specific purpose…
  34. 34. I can use a virtual globe to find details on the weather: temperature, winds and humidity
  35. 35. I can create a map using data downloaded as a CSV file…
  36. 36. I can….

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