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Make a Pattern (Stage 2, Stage 3, Stage 4, Teacher, Parent)

On Demand

We want students to learn how to recognise and make patterns! Patterns are everywhere and have importance in maths, science, arts and culture.


ACTIVITY OUTLINE:

We have created pattern making inspiration videos that can be accessed on demand. The concepts of patterns and symmetry align with the Australian and State curriculums and teacher resources are available here, if you’d like to use this activity in your classroom.

After students have made their own pattern they are welcome to submit it into our competition with an accompanying (50 words or less) statement, for a chance to win an awesome prize pack!


IS THIS A FREE EVENT? Yes


BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Bragg Your Pattern


SPECIAL GUESTS:

Helen Maynard-Casely loves to tell stories about science.  She works as Senior Instrument Scientist at the Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering, ANSTO, and her research interest centre about the structures of materials relevant to the dwarf planets of our solar system.

Helen’s journey to exploring these icy worlds began with her degree in Planetary Sciences from University College London and was followed by her PhD in high-pressure physics undertaken at the University of Edinburgh.  Moving to Australia first to a post-doctoral position at the Australian Synchrotron, she moved to the Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering in 2013 to work on the High Intensity Diffractometer (known as Wombat).

When not working on Wombat, Helen also enjoys promoting crystallography and science to as wide an audience as possible, for example she coordinated the 2014 Crystallography365 project, was the 2019 Australian Institute of Physics ‘Women in Physics’ Lecturer and published her first children’s book (I heart Pluto) in 2020.


Event Details

Event Type

On Demand (available until: 30-Sep-2022 12:00PM)

Delivery Platform

Youtube Recording

Duration

3 Minutes

Price

FREE

Curriculum

Primary

Main KLA, Strand, Sub Strand

Creative Arts » Visual Arts » Making (Visual Arts)

Other KLAs

Maths » Measurement and Geometry » Angles

Science and Tech » Working Scientifically and Design and Production » Material World

Learning Intentions & Success Criteria

Learning Intention:

To recognise patterns and why they are important in culture, maths and science.

Success Criteria:

  1. Evidence of pattern theme in artwork
  2. Creativity and originality of artwork in relation to pattern theme
  3. Representation of pattern/symmetry knowledge through imagery 

Terms and Conditions

Competition terms and conditions can be found here.

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Requirements: Technology, Materials and Pre and Post event requirements.

Internet will be required for accessing the YouTube video and downloading teaching resources.

Materials for creating an artwork. Examples include, but are not limited to: pencil, acrylic paint, water colours, charcoal, markers, collage, digital device, chalk, crayons, graphite, fabric, oil pastels, paper.

 

Post event: For competition entry, a camera will be required to photograph the artwork and internet will be required to submit the entry. Submit your entry here.

 

If you have any queries please contact the provider

Name: Bragg Your Pattern

Phone: (+61 2) 9254 5000

Email: [email protected]

Website: https://braggyourpattern.com

Will This Event Be Recorded?

No

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