Game Theory Teacher Resources
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Students examine the history of the game theory. They practice using new vocabulary. They write about the debate on exchange using different viewpoints.
Students explore the iterative reasoning process. For this game theory lesson students explore the problem of the "Prisoner's Dilemma" which provides the opportunity for experimentation with various strategies for playing the game.
Learners explore the concept of probability. In this probability lesson, students perform various probability experiments including flipping a coin, picking m&m's out of a bag, and the birthday problem.
Tenth graders differentiate between positions, interests, and values. In this current events lesson, 10th graders analyze, in a response to literature, the failure of a fictional negotiation. Students demonstrate the ability to use listening, problem-solving, and creative thinking skills when proposing a solution to the immigration question in the US.
In this theoretical probability worksheet, 7th graders use the game board to help them find the theoretical probability for the three problems.
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Students explore the mathematical probabilities involved in gambling and how these factors affect people's behavior. They work in pairs and conduct and experiment pertaining to blackjack. The class creates a graph showing the trends found.
Students use matrices to make predictions. In this algebra lesson, students add,subtract, multiply and divide o find their solution and predict the winner. They solve real life scenarios using matrices.
In this online interactive reading comprehension activity, students respond to 25 multiple choice questions about Micheal Crichton's Jurassic Park. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
Students consider the elements that make computer games compelling, then use these elements to develop game 'narratives' based on historic events.
Students explore game theory. In this secondary mathematics lesson, students plat the game of HOG using dice and explore the optimal strategies. Students play the game three ways: any number of dice, a fixed number of dice and using the calculator function dice and compare the average number of points per turn and consider the question of optimal strategy.
High schoolers explore game theory. In this secondary mathematics lesson, students investigate the playing of a game called Hog which involves rolling dice. High schoolers explore many different scenarios as they consider the best strategy and the optimum number of dice to be used to play the game.
Pupils brainstorm about video games that are designed to teach. They create and perform in small groups a live action "video game" that teaches a concept covered in class this school year.
In this phone button boggle worksheet, students identify the number of math words they can find on a phone keypad according to given directions. This one-page worksheet contains one problem. Answers are provided.
Students play a game and collect data for their graph. In this algebra instructional activity, students solve quadratic equations and identify properties of their graph. They describe the pattern created by the graph and the game.
Students factor and solve quadratic equations. In this algebra lesson, students play a game as the collect and graph data. they identify properties of their parabola and make predictions.
Students examine the Korean nuclear escalation. In this current events lesson, students explore the nuclear arms race in Korea and the science that explains nuclear weapons.
Students develop and use problem solving strategies to mathematically solve a word problem involving marbles. They solve the first part of the problem together as a class, and in small groups solve and write a solution for the problem using marbles as manipulatives.
Students view a video on the Yalta Conference, research the negotiation process, discuss the techniques used by World leaders, and play a "Go Fish" card game using the knowledge gained in this fourth lesson in a unit on the Yalta Conference.
Students examine the statistics of March Madness, the college basketball tournament. They watch videotaped basketball games to collect data for further analysis using Word and Excel. They analyze the data in a variety of activities during this series of lessons.