Maps (3 of 3)

Unit 3: Environmental justice
Lesson 7 of 16

Objective: Students will be able to: 1) articulate the role of geospatial technology in map creation and use; 2) identify applications for the "new cartography" in the real world; and 3) develop a prototype design of a student-generated community map about environmental justice that incorporates ideas from the geospatial revolution.

Big Idea: Mapmaking is an ancient tool that is making a comeback as a powerful data visualization tool. How might we apply new cartographic techniques from geographic information systems (GIS) to represent our community through a specific data lens?

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