Ms. Madelon Alpert

Professional History

  • 2000 – — Full Time Instructor, National University
  • 1998 – 2000 — Associate Instructor, National University
  • 1994 – 1998 — Principal, Irvine Unified School District
  • 1990 – 1994 — Principal, Orange Unified School District
  • 1987 – 1990 — Principal, Sunnyside Unified School Distr
  • 1975 – 1987 — Reading Specialist, Sunnyside Unified School Distr
  • 1975 – 1985 — Adjunct Instructor, Pima Community College

Publications

  • Shepherd, C.. (2011). Nuturing the digital natives: effective online teaching dispositions and practices. 1(1): .
  • Shepherd, C. & Alpert, M.. (n.d.). Using Technology to Provide Differentiated instruction for Deaf Learners. Journal of Instructional Pedagogies, 15: .
  • Shepherd, C., & Alpert, M.. (n.d.). Using Technology to Provide Differentiated Instruction for Deaf Learners. Journal of Instructional Pedagogies, 15: .
  • Shepherd, C., Alpert, M. & Tolbert, D.. (n.d.). Engaging the Digital Natives: Use Avatars. Review of Higher Education (RHESL), 6(19): .
  • Shepherd, C.. (2011). Exploring the correlation between online teacher dispositions and practices in virtual classrooms and student participation and satisfaction. Vincenti, G. & Braman, J.. 75-85.

Presentations

  • Alpert, M. (2016). Relating to Robots: Using Technology With Autistic Learners. Conference presented at the International Institute of Social and Economic Sciences, Miami, FL.
  • Alpert, M. (2013). Engaging Diverse Learners through New Teechnologies. Conference presented at the IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference, San Jose, CA.
  • Alpert, M. (2013). Engaging Deaf Learners through New Technologies. Conference presented at the 43rd Annual Conference of the International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning, Orlando, FL.
  • Alpert, M. (2013). Engaging the Digital Natives: Use Avatars. Conference presented at the Intellectbase International Consor, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Alpert, M. (2012). Out of this World: Using Avatars to Stimulate Student Interest. Conference presented at the , Montreal, Canada.
  • Alpert, M. (2012). I Avatar: Using Avatars to Increase Student Learning and Retention. Conference presented at the , Cambridge, Massachuetts.
  • Alpert, M. (2012). Relationship Between Teacher Program and Student Teacher Performance. Conference presented at the , Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Alpert, M. (2012). Reaping What You Sow: The Quality of a Student Teacher Program is Reflected in its Student Teachers. Conference presented at the , Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Alpert, M. (2011). Nuturing the Digital Natives: Effective Online Teaching Dispositions. Conference presented at the , Athens, Greece.
  • Alpert, M. (2008). From Dinosaur to Dynamo: Mentoring Seasoned Faculty for Online Efficacy. Paper presented at the , Alaska.
  • Alpert, M. (2007). Mentoring Seasoned Faculty for Online Efficacy. Paper presented at the , Cambridge, England.
  • Alpert, M. (2007). Technology Mentoring: Breaking Through the Barriers to Successful Online Pedagogy. Paper presented at the , San Diego, CA.
  • Alpert, M. (2007). Dinosaur to Dynamo: Increasing the Efficacy of Educators Teaching Online. Paper presented at the , New York, NY.
  • Alpert, M. (2007). A Synergistic Global Perspective of Fifteen Mentoring Programs. Paper presented at the , New York, NY.
  • Alpert, M. (2007). A Global Perspective of Fifteen Mentoring Program. Paper presented at the , Honolulu, HI.
  • Alpert, M. (2007). Bridging the Digital Divide: Letting Go to Become Connected Onlines. Paper presented at the , Honolulu, HI.
  • Alpert, M. (2006). Bridging the Digital Divide: Letting Go to Become Connected Onlines. Paper presented at the , Honolulu, HI.
  • Alpert, M. (2006). Masterful Mentoring: The Art of Mentoring New Faculty. Paper presented at the , San Diego, CA.
  • Alpert, M. (2006). Savvy Mentoring: An Innovative Model for University Professors. Paper presented at the , Honolulu, HI.
  • Alpert, M. (2006). Assessment Trends: Student Teacher Reflections Based Upon State Teaching Performance Expectations. Paper presented at the , San Diego, CA.
  • Alpert, M. (2005). The Impact of Adult Learning Theory on Mentoring of University Supervisors, Master Teachers, and Student Teachers. Paper presented at the , San Diego, CA.
Ms. Madelon Alpert

Contact Information

Ms. Madelon Alpert

College: Sanford College of Education

Department: Teacher Education

malpert@nu.edu

(714) 429-5134

Costa Mesa Campus

Education

University of Arizona - MED - Reading