Can geospatial smartness be learned, taught and measured?
from Directions Magazine
Last month, I suggested that a geospatially smart person would be attuned to geographical phenomena, patterns and principles, and would apply that knowledge to his or her practices, decisions and activities. We described distinctions between spatial thinking, geographical thinking and geospatial thinking. How does one become proficient in these areas of thinking? Does formal coursework exist, and if so, how do we know when someone has satisfactorily learned the content?
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