Have we identified the basic approaches for incorporating discrete
mathematics into the first two years? Should we be considering some
approaches beyond the three describe in this presentation?
To what extent do mathematicians believe discrete mathematics is important
for mathematics majors?
How does discrete mathematics fit within the mathematics curriculum through
the first two years?
"All politics is local"
Are there specific applications listed by
Pedagogy Focus Group 2 that should be explained or expanded during
this workshop?
Do faculty in client disciplines mean the same thing as mathematicians in
identifying topics?
Example: for computer scientists, induction on structures and
substructures is more common and important than induction on the integers
To what extent do the themes and applications identified by
Pedagogy Focus Group 2 provide coherence to the proposed
two-semester sequence in discrete mathematics?
Can the themes and applications identified by
Pedagogy Focus Group 2 provide ideas for coherence and structure
for a one-semester course in discrete mathematics?