
06498295
j
2015f.00923
Hardy, Rebecca
Can game theory techniques be used to model classroom interactions?
Math. Teach. (Derby) 245, 2226 (2015).
2015
Association of Teachers of Mathematics (ATM), Derby
EN
M40
C70
teacher student interaction
mathematical model building
classroom interactions
cooperation
game theory
payoffs
dominant strategy
trees
Hardy's model
game analysis
Nash equilibrium
questioning types
genuine enquiry questions
controlling questions
cloze technique
metaquestions
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Summary: The author applies some classic mathematics to model and analyse the process of teachers' interactions with students using game theory and a categorisation of question types  with novel and illustrative results.