Pavlo (Pasha) Antonenko
Professor, Director, Neuroscience Applications for Learning (NeurAL) Lab
PO Box 117048
Gainesville, FL 32611-7048
- School of Teaching and Learning
- Institute for Advanced Learning Technologies
Adult Education, Bilingual / Bicultural Education, Cognition, Collaboration and Teaming, Creativity, Data Collection and Analysis, ESOL, Educational / Instructional Design, Gender Issues, Higher Education, Integrated Classrooms, International Education, Language and Literacy Development, Middle School / Jr. High, Mixed Methods, Motivation, Online and Distance Education, Postsecondary Education, Professional Development, Research / Program Evaluation, Science Education, Stealth Assessment, Theoretical Perspectives, Therapeutic Relationship
- PhD - Curriculum and Instructional Technology / Human-Computer Interaction, Iowa State University, 2007, Dissertation: The Effect of Leads on Cognitive Load and Learning in Conceptually Rich Hypertext, Advisors: Dr. Ann Thompson (Instructional Technology) and Dr. Dale Niederhauser (Human-Computer Interaction)
- MS - Linguistics, Nizhyn Gogol State University, 1999, Thesis: Rhetorical Aspects of News Text Structure in British Broadsheet Newspapers, Advisor: Dr. Serhiy Potapenko
- BS – Teaching of English and German Language and Literature, Nizhyn Gogol State University, 1998
- Associate Professor of Educational Technology, 2014-Present, University of Florida
- Assistant Professor of Educational Technology, 2012-2014, University of Florida
- Assistant/Associate Professor of Educational Technology, 2007-2012, Oklahoma State University
- Research and Teaching Associate, 2002 - 2007, Iowa State University Colleges of Education and Engineering, Office of the Vice-Provost for Research
- Assistant Professor of English Philology, 1999 - 2002, Nizhyn Gogol State University, Ukraine
Activities and Honors
- Visiting Professor, Eduardo Mondlane University, Maputo, Mozambique (Fall, 2011)
- Grant Reviewer, National Science Foundation, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Hewlett Packard Philanthropy, and International Society for Technology in Education Consultant, NASA INSPIRE and NASA Digital Learning Network
- Research Excellence Award: Antonenko, P. (2007). The effect of leads on cognitive load and learning in a conceptually rich hypertext environment. Ames, IA.
- Best Conference Paper Award: Ryan, S., Jackman, J., Antonenko, P., Kumsaikaew, P., Marathe, R., Niederhauser, D., & Ogilvie, C. (2007). Student selection of information relevant to solving ill-structured engineering economic decision problems. Proceedings of the 114th Annual Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education. Honolulu, HI.
- Best Poster Award: Antonenko P. (May, 2003). Modern computing and modern education: Teachers using open source technologies. Presented at the International Symposium on Modern Computing in Celebration of John Atanasoff's 100th Birthday, Ames, IA.
- Teaching Excellence Award Nominee (2003). Iowa State University, Ames, IA.
iDigFossils: Engaging K-12 Students in Integrated STEM via 3D Digitization, Printing and Exploration of Fossils
- NSF ITEST
Project LENS: Leveraging Expertise in Neurotechnologies to Study Individual Differences in Multimedia Learning
- NSF SL-CN
Building a Comprehensive Evolutionary History of Flagellate Plants
- NSF GoLife
Development of a Simulation-based Application for Teaching Human Physiology through Guided Discovery, Pure Discovery and Authentic Research
EAGER: Collaborative Research: Cyber-Eye: Empowering Learning through Remote Visualizations using Unmanned Aerial Systems
- NSF Cyberlearning
Converging Behavioral and Psychophysiological Measures: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Multimedia Learning Conditions with Dyslexic Learners
- UF ROF
NeuroSynch: Transforming the Assessment of Collaborative Problem Solving with Research on Team Neurosynchronies
- UF CRIF
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Antonenko, P., Jahanzad, F., & Greenwood, C. (2014). Fostering collaborative problem solving and 21st century skills using the DEEPER scaffolding framework. Journal of College Science Teaching, 43(6), 78-87.
- Bunch, J. C., Robinson, J. S., Edwards, M. C., & Antonenko, P. D. (2014). How a serious digital game affected students' animal science and mathematical competence in agricultural education. Journal of Agricultural Education, 55(3), 57-71.
- Antonenko, P. (2013). Two heads are better than one: Inservice teachers engaging in instructional design 2.0. Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education, 29(3), 72-81.
- Pengnate, S. & Antonenko, P. (2013). A multi-method evaluation of online trust and its interaction with metacognitive awareness. International Journal of Human Computer Interaction, 29(9), 582-593. DOI: 10.1080/10447318.2012.735185.
- Antonenko, P., Toy, S., & Niederhauser, D. (2012). Using cluster analysis for data mining in educational technology research. Educational Technology Research and Development, 60(3), 383-398. DOI: 10.1007/s11423-012-9235-8.
- Martens, J. & Antonenko, P. (2012). Narrowing gender-based performance gaps in Virtual Environment navigation. Computers in Human Behavior, 28(3), 809-819.