Tag Archives: game theory

Modeling and rewarding learning with GlobalGiving’s community

(I originally posted this on GlobalGoodness) GlobalGiving‘s mission is to help all organizations become more effective by providing access to money, information, and ideas. That is a lofty, aspirational goal. To everyone else, it might look like all we do is run a website that connects donors to organizations. But internally, I serve on a […]

Introducing a Complexity Science Course

I’m outlining a new college course to teach at Kenyatta University that incorporates everything missing from my own science education (BS, PhD). These are the emerging topics that I believe will form the foundation of scientific fields in the next decade to come: Complexity Syllabus (still a work in progress) Visualizations: Fractals in nature Fractal […]

Teaching Philosophy – Marc Maxson

Good instruction begins with breaking down the walls between the classroom and daily life. All science curriculum can be a means to teach the more fundamental critical thinking and problem solving skills that will aid students long after they leave the university. I hope to give students a new way of seeing their world and […]


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