1:30pm-2:30pm (MST) 4 weeks (Tues/Thurs) Recommended ages 8-12
- Starts Mar 28Starts Mar 28
- 80 US dollars$80
- Online (Zoom link will be sent to email after registration.)
Recommended for ages 8-12, this interactive, game-based class will give students a fun introduction to Game Theory. Each week, students will play 1-2 games, where they can apply the key vocabulary and concepts related to Game Theory and probability. The main focus of this course will be on decision making, which is a practical skill that extends beyond just mathematics and games! Mar. 28th - What is Game Theory? Mar. 30th - Game Fairness - Part 1 Apr. 4th - Game Fairness - Part 2 Apr. 6th - Choice v. Chance - Part 1 Apr. 11th - Choice v. Chance - Part 2 Apr. 13th - The Prisoner's Dilemma Apr. 18th - The Monty Hall Problem Apr. 20th - Decisions, Decisions...How does Game Theory apply to our everyday lives? *This class has a minimum enrollment of 3 students. You will not be charged/will be refunded if the class is cancelled due to low enrollment- but we would love for you to tell your friends and help us fill the class.
To cancel, please contact us at email@example.com. In most cases, we will refund the remaining balance, based off our weekly cost.
Tucson, AZ, USA