What are Agamographs?
Agamographs are a set of images that change at different angles. It’s a terrific way to integrate art, math and design with students. This kind of art in part of the kinetic art movement, and was pioneered by Yaacov Agam.
While agamographs are a fun activity for students, there’s a way to extend it beyond the surprise factor. You can use creating these artworks as part of your student learning objectives (also known as SLOs, SGGs, SGOs and more). It’s a way for students to visually showcase their growth and learning over time.
Students can integrate light, sound and textures to create a sensory experience which also embeds the principles of science, math, and design. Teachers can create more meaningful learning targets using diagnostic, formative and summative assessments for activities like this one.