Wang, J., Schneps, M. H., Antonenko, P. D., Chen, C., & Pomplun, M. (2016). Is reading impairment associated with enhanced holistic processing in comparative visual search? Dyslexia, 22, 345–361. doi: 10.1002/dys.1540
Pavlo “Pasha” Antonenko
I am an Associate Professor of Educational Technology and Director of the NeurAL Lab in the School of Teaching and Learning at the University of Florida. I earned my Specialist degree in teaching English and German language and literature and Masters in Linguistics at Nizhyn Gogol State University in Ukraine. In 2007 I defended my dissertation and graduated with a PhD in a) Curriculum and Instructional Technology and b) Human-Computer Interaction from Iowa State University. I was fortunate to work with Drs. Dale Niederhauser and Ann Thompson as my co-advisers and grow as a researcher in the Center for Technology in Learning and Teaching and Virtual Reality Applications Center. My dissertation focused on the use of link comments when learning in a nonlinear conceptually rich hypertext environment.
I enjoy working with students. Our scholarship focuses on a) developing, implementing, and studying frameworks and technologies to encourage and scaffold meaningful learning and 21st century skills, and b) psychophysiological assessment of cognitive processing to optimize the design of technology-enhanced learning environments. This work has been funded by state and federal agencies including the National Science Foundation and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Our research has been published in Educational Technology Research and Development, Computers and Education, Educational Psychology Review, Computers in Human Behavior etc and presented at multiple conferences. If you would like to collaborate or have any questions about our work, feel free to contact me.
A Grand Number of Grants. Pasha Antonenko has an extra $4.5 million in grants for his research. Antonenko, a UF education professor, has received four research grants from the National Science Foundation, a federal agency that funds projects supporting science, education, technology and mathematics research and education. A fifth grant is pending official announcement. This is a new record for a College of Education researcher. But he didn’t apply for the grants with this goal in mind. "I guess I’m proud, but on the other hand I wasn’t applying to these grants to set a new record," he said. "I was applying for grants to get funding to do interesting, cutting-edge research."The Independent Florida Alligator
UF education technology faculty researcher lands record number of NSF grants. A UF College of Education faculty member has scored four National Science Foundation research grants – with a fifth award pending official announcement – all in the same funding cycle, setting a new record for a COE researcher. The $4.5 million in total funding awarded to Pasha Antonenko will be applied to research projects using a wide range of technologies in learning applications including 3-D scanners and printers to study prehistoric bones, drones to study construction projects, and computerized simulations to study the human body’s reaction to a wide range of stimuli.University of Florida News
Education professor wins $1.2 million grant to lead UF team on 3-D paleontology technology project. University of Florida educational technology researcher Pasha Antonenko is leading a team of UF scientists from multiple disciplines to create a novel curriculum for the middle and high school grades and assist paleontologists working on projects worldwide. Called “iDigFossils,” the project will allow middle- and high-school students who are studying fossils to scan them in three dimensions and upload them to virtual collections that paleontologists and others can access worldwide and reproduce using 3-D printers. It is a collaboration with teachers and students in 10 public schools in California and Florida.UF Edugator News
Incentive Grant Boosts Ed Tech Professor’s Research Merging Education and Neuroscience. Pavlo “Pasha” Antonenko has received the College of Education’s 2014-15 College Research Incentive Fund (CRIF) grant which will help the education technology faculty member conduct cutting-edge research on the neurological dynamics of individuals during group problem-solving activities. “Working with others to solve the complex challenges of our global society is an important 21st century skill,” Antonenko said. “Now we’ll be able to obtain important brain-based data on how individuals collaborate within a group, and how that can be applied to teaching techniques.”UF Edugator News
GED Tests Going Digital — And Getting Costlier. Pasha Antonenko, an assistant professor of educational technology at the University of Florida, said he was intrigued — and a little surprised — by the gap in results between computer and paper test-takers. "This is the first time I've seen such a big difference," he said. It makes sense, he said, because people are learning more digitally than in the past.Tampa Bay Times
The effect of a serious digital game on students’ ability to transfer knowledge in secondary agricultural educationpasha November 3, 2016
Bunch, J. C., Robinson, J. S., & Edwards, M. C., Antonenko, P. D. (2016). The effect of a serious digital game on students’ ability to transfer knowledge in secondary agricultural education: An exploratory study. Journal of Human Sciences and Extension, 4(2), 80-94.
Dawson, K., Antonenko, P., Sahay, S., & Lombardino, L. (2016). How mobile app developers conceive of dyslexia and what it means for mobile app users. Interaction Design and Architecture, 28, 69 – 84.
Validating a measure of teacher intentions to integrate technology in education in Turkey, Spain and the USA.pasha August 16, 2016
Perkmen, S. Antonenko, P., Caracuel, A. (2016). Validating a measure of teacher intentions to integrate technology in education in Turkey, Spain and the USA. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 24(2), 215-241.
A framework for aligning needs, abilities and affordances to inform design and practice of educational technologiespasha July 19, 2016
Antonenko, P., Dawson, K. & Sahay, S. (2016). A framework for aligning needs, abilities and affordances to inform design and practice of educational technologies. British Journal of Educational Technology. Early view DOI:10.1111/bjet.12466
Thomas, A., Antonenko, P., & Davis, R. (2016). Understanding metacomprehension accuracy within video annotation systems. Computers in Human Behavior, 58, 269-277.
Antonenko, P. (2015). The instrumental value of conceptual frameworks in educational technology research. Educational Technology Research and Development, 63(1), 53-71.
How undergraduate STEM students conceptualize the problem-solving process: A visual card sorting approach.pasha June 13, 2015
Antonenko, P., Crippen, K., & Eutsler, L. (2015). How undergraduate STEM students conceptualize the problem-solving process: A visual card sorting approach. Presented at the 2015 Conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Chicago, IL.
Antonenko, P., Crippen, K., & Eutsler, L. (2015). Technology scaffolds of teamwork coordination in collaborative problem solving. Presented at the 2015 Conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Chicago, IL.