Monash Squid Game

Netflix’s no. 1 series make its way to Monash University.

Researcher from Monash Business School have developed a range of innovative and interactive teaching tools based around insight from Squid Game, to provide educators and students with a fresh approach to teaching and learning one of the most demanding topics at introductory economics level.

And from semester one, students studying first year microeconomics at the Monash Business School will be using the Squid Game insight.

“Game theory is important because it helps us understand decision making in strategic situations,” says Associate Professor Wayne Geerling from the Monash Business School and co-author of the paper “Using Squid Game to Teach Game Theory”.

Associate Professor Geerling has identified a number of scenes from the immensely popular television series that can be used to teach the principles of the game theory and he has developed a series of teaching guides that can be adopted or adapted by any instructor anywhere around the world.

Just like the cut-throat real world business.

“The Netflix series focuses on six games, we’ve chosen three of those represent the best practical applications of game theory for students,” says Associate Professor Wayne Geerling.

Using Squid Game to teach game theory reflects Associate Professor Wayne Geerling’s passion for revolutionizing how we teach economics and promote active learning techniques in class using pop culture.

Source: Monash University latest news

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