Entries by p.antonenko

UF Ed Tech to Lead an AERA Symposium on Ed Neuroscience

If you are attending AERA this year, please join us in San Antonio for the symposium “Using Neuroscience Methods to Study Learning: Focus on the Process, Not Just the Outcomes.” The Symposium was put together by the NSF-funded Project LENS to discuss 5 papers that use neuroscience frameworks, methods, and tools to study learning. The session will […]

Doc Student Jiahui Wang to Represent UF at Research Symposium in Tampa

Ed Tech PhD student Jiahui Wang won the first place in the non-STEM category for her poster on an eye-tracking study of instructor presence in the Algebra Nation environment at the 2017 Graduate Student Research Day. http://www.graduateschool.ufl.edu/news/students-show-off-their-work-during-the-2017-graduate-student-research-day.html On April 21 she is going to Tampa to represent our university at the 2017 Statewide Graduate Research […]

Ed Tech Student Claudia Grant Receives an Award!

Congratulations to Ed Tech PhD student Claudia Grant for receiving the Mitchell Hope award from the Southwest Florida Fossil Society! Claudia’s interests focus on using 3D scanning and printing technologies in the context of paleontology to improve integration of STEAM disciplines in K-12 education. We are very proud of you, Claudia!  

Ed Tech Student Jiahui Wang Receives Another Award

Our Ed Tech PhD student Ms. Jiahui Wang has been selected by the UF College of Education to receive the Dr. Jess Patten and Sharon Van Dame Elliott Scholarship Endowment in the amount of $1000. Please join me in congratulating Jiahui. This the second (or third?) award she has received for her scholarship in the past […]