How Do You Win?





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Published on Jul 17, 2014

Matthew O. Jackson, Professor of Economics at Stanford University, tells children how strategies are used not only in games, but also in politics, economics, and our everyday life. Winning always makes us happy, no matter what the prize, and sometimes it results from pure luck, but in many games it is necessary to establish a strategy that will help you win.

This talk introduces students to the workshop entitled "How Do You Win?", which enables children to learn how to train their minds, how to win at tic-tac-toe, and why it's worth thinking not only about themselves in order to win. To see the entire lesson plan, see here: http://www.childrensuniversity.eu/les...

Speaker: Matthew O. Jackson
Shooting: Karolina Zapolska
Editing: Karolina Zapolska, Michał Małkowski
Casting: Agnieszka Żarnowska
Scriptwriting: Matthew O. Jackson, Agnieszka Żarnowska
Producer: Agnieszka Żarnowska
Girl playing tic-tac-toe and matching pennies with the professor: Agnieszka Żarnowska

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