Why I Let My Students Cheat on Their Game Theory Exam

Posted on February 19th, 2014 by Mike Posthumus

A UCLA professor allows his students to cheat on his game theory exam, he even allowed bribery without reporting it to the dean (although he would not actually accept the bribes). Taking a flipped classroom one step further, this professor decided to flip his test. He gave his students one week to prepare, access, and bring all of the intellectual tools necessary to complete the most difficult exam he’s ever given. The end result is a learning experience that helped his students truly understand game theory itself. Check out this great article detailing this innovative evaluation strategy.

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