So, I had this great plan to use the prisoner’s dilemma for a lesson on logic. I found a great example of the prisoner’s dilemma that would not get our principal phone calls and I was ready to go. I started the lesson with the new problem of the month and went through the Level A task on it. I continued with a video from the game show “Golden Balls”: a great example of prisoner dilemma. The challenge came when I tried to do the logic table, everything fell apart. The beginning of the table was fine. However, it broke down when I looked at anything beyond that because the logic table resulted in monetary values and not just true/false. This is not good for an introductory lesson. Tomorrow is a lesson to recover. I do not like making mistakes. The only consolation I have from today’s lesson is that I openly admitted to the students that I was not sure how to proceed and needed to review the material again tonight. I think it is really good for students to see that teachers are human too.