environments and landscapes by x9wK5geL

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									From the London conference
· regions and their inter-relationships at different scales
· using a systems approach
· human-environment relationships
· provide a unique spatial dimension
1. overview of regions, places and locations
2. ability to understand and apply spatial relationships at different scales
3. ability to collect information from location-based sources
4. understand the value and accuracy of geographical information
5. ability to compare, analyse and present geographical information
6. apply geographical concepts in different situations
7. to understand human environment relationships
8. to be aware of issues of and themes from current geographical debates
9. to accurately use appropriate geographical terminology
10. ability to interpret landscapes in coherent forms through fieldwork
11. formulate geographical problems as components of complex issues of
    everyday life
12. geographical analysis using information and communications technologies
13. importance of Geography in understanding cultural and economic differences
14. importance of Geography in understanding globalisation

Benchmarking
environments and landscapes                 spatial variation
Place                                       Systems
Scale                                       Change
Inequality                                  nature of the discipline
Representation                              analysis and interpretation
Observational                               informed

1. comprehension of the reciprocal relationships between physical and human
    environments
2. comprehension of the significance of spatial relationships at various scales
3. understand and explain the diversity and interdependence of regions, places and
    locations
4. drawing knowledge, understanding and diversity of approaches from other
    disciplines and making use of them in a geographical content
5. apply an understanding of geographical concepts in different situations
6. ability to interpret landscapes and different geographical representations
7. ability to collect, compare, analyse and present geographical information
8. ability to accurately use appropriate geographical terminology
9. ability to communicate geographical ideas, principles and theories effectively and
    fluently by written, oral and visual means
10. ability to use diverse, specialised techniques and approaches in Geography
11. comprehension of the nature of change
12. appreciate representations of geographical space


Generic (to confirm)
a systematic approach to accuracy, precision and uncertainty

								
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