Edward Berger

Title
Associate Professor
Organization
Purdue University
Edward Berger
Biography
Edward Berger is Associate Professor of Engineering Education and Mechanical Engineering at Purdue University. His engineering education research interests include (i) the use of social media for effective teaching, and (ii) the emerging institutional research area of predictive models for student academic success. Berger is one of the two mechanics-area leaders for the ASEE Faculty Virtual Community of Practice (VCP) project, and his work has been funded by NSF and others. His mechanical engineering disciplinary research on the nonlinear mechanics of joints and interfaces dates back 20 years. Berger was one of the two mechanics-area leaders for the ASEE Faculty Virtual Community of Practice (VCP) project, and his work has been funded by NSF and others. He lives in West Lafayette IN with his wife and two sons.
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  • And Brian is showing one possible option right now, with essentially randomly-generated problems for each student. This is a whole lot of work to develop such software, but it does seem to be promising in terms of individualizing problems and requiring students to achieve mastery themselves (rather than as part of a study group).

    Posted on Assessments

    3 years and 1 month ago, by Edward Berger