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Friday, July 17 • 1:10pm - 2:15pm
STEAM Wonder

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A mathmaker mash-up detailing the STEAM project delivered at Momath, National Museum of Mathematics in New York in January 2015. Join Melissa Silk from the International Grammar School in Sydney Australia, in creating your own beautiful lamp using origami sekkei (mathematical paper folding). The project includes ideas related to biomimicry, elementary symmetries, iteration and illumination while learning about structure, strength, stability, and translations - an aesthetic experience not to be missed! Definitely a project worth sharing with your students.

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Melissa Silk

STEAM Ed Researcher, University of Technology Sydney
Melissa Silk is a STEAM educator from Sydney Australia. Having forged many learning and teaching partnerships between schools, museums, industry professionals and academics, she can be found working in a range of STEM to STEAM research and practice environments. Melissa works extensively... Read More →

Friday July 17, 2015 1:10pm - 2:15pm EDT
White Hill Room Boston Park Plaza

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