As part of the work of the Committee on Logic Education of the Association of Symbolic Logic, Marcia Groszek and Tamara Lakins organized a special session on logic in the undergraduate mathematics curriculum at the Joint Mathematics Meeting last month in New Orleans. The session was very successful: excellent talks, good turnout. The talks were:
- Breadth, Depth, Disputes, Drama, and Campus Pranks: The Possibilities and Pleasures of Co-teaching Logic, by James M. Henle
- A Course Emphasizing Mathematical Logic and Reasoning that is Appropriate for General Education and Elementary Education Majors, by Warren W. Esty
- Seemingly Abstruse Logical Principles Have Practical Importance, by Susanna S. Epp
- Applied Logic Courses in the Mathematics Curriculum, by Lawrence S. Moss
- Technology in Logic Education: Courseware, Automated Assessment and Data Minin, by Dave Barker-Plummer
You can find abstracts and links to the presentation materials on the ASL CLE’s page on the special session.