Nathan Mentzer

Nathan Mentzer

Associate Professor Purdue University

Nathan Mentzer is an associate professor in the Purdue Polytechnic College jointly and College of Education. Strategically hired for the P12 STEM initiative, Dr. Mentzer prepares Technology and Engineering candidates for teacher licensure, conducts research and mentors graduate students. Nathan has taken an active role in guiding the evolution of the undergraduate teacher education program, an Integrated STEM education concentration and a minor in design and innovation at Purdue informed by his National Science Foundation funded research on Design Thinking.

Nathan is strategic in connecting theory, practice and research. He engages P16 educators in research efforts to develop innovative pedagogical strategies situated in STEM education classrooms. He is active in the International Technology and Engineering Education’s Association through national and international professional development. His current research efforts focus on improving learning using ACJ as a primer, expanding accessibility using HyFlex participation and broadening participation in STEM education through co-robotics.


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Friday 25/03/2022

From 12:50 To 13:20

03/25/2022 12:50 03/25/2022 13:20 Adaptive Comparative Judgement (ACJ) as a Primer for Student Learning

Join this session to hear about Purdue University’s award-winning approach to utilising an innovative, student-led peer review process that prompts students to identify the qualities that form a good work. Presented in collaboration with the eAssessment Association, the session will explore how Purdue secured the eAA’s 2021 Best Research Award for the work they did with undergraduate students. We’ll be hearing about their research strategy, their findings, and the new assessment protocol put in place for 2022.

Themes: Innovation, Skills

ExCeL London

ExCeL London

"Adaptive Comparative Judgement (ACJ) as a Primer for Student Learning"

Matt Wingfield Nathan Mentzer
Time and date

Friday 25/03/2022

From 12:50 To 13:20

03/25/2022 12:50 03/25/2022 13:20 Adaptive Comparative Judgement (ACJ) as a Primer for Student Learning

Join this session to hear about Purdue University’s award-winning approach to utilising an innovative, student-led peer review process that prompts students to identify the qualities that form a good work. Presented in collaboration with the eAssessment Association, the session will explore how Purdue secured the eAA’s 2021 Best Research Award for the work they did with undergraduate students. We’ll be hearing about their research strategy, their findings, and the new assessment protocol put in place for 2022.

Themes: Innovation, Skills

ExCeL London
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ExCeL London

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