This project develops a theory of mechanism design for the classroom. Mechanism design for the classroom exhibits many of the concerns of mechanism design at large; however, it affords distinct opportunities for a dialogue between theory and practice as it provides solutions many researchers of mechanism design could directly deploy in their teaching. The proposal has three main thrusts: fair and accurate grading of heterogenous tasks, incentivizing effort (and, thus, learning), and feedback mechanisms. Incentivizing effort is a key new domain in algorithmic mechanism design is concerned with the optimization of scoring rules which are in broad use outside of the classroom as well.
|Effective start/end date||10/1/22 → 9/30/25|
- National Science Foundation (CCF-2229162)
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