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

License Certificates

  • 2005-07-01, Administrative Services Credential – Clear, CTC, CA
  • 2005-07-01, TED Multiple Subject, CTC, CA
  • 2000-06-28, TED Multiple Subject, CTC, CA
  • 2000-06-28, Administrative Services Credential – Clear, CTC, CA
  • 1995-06-01, Administrative Services Credential – Clear, CTC, CA
  • 1995-06-01, TED Multiple Subject, CTC, CA
  • 1990-05-23, Administrative Services Credential – Clear, CTC, CA
  • 1990-05-23, TED Multiple Subject, CTC, CA

Presentations

Type Date Title Audience Function Location
Conference 2016-02-09 Relating to Robots: Using Technology With Autistic Learners International Institute of Social and Economic Sciences Miami, FL
Conference 2013-10-20 Engaging Diverse Learners through New Teechnologies IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference San Jose, CA
Conference 2013-10-17 Engaging Deaf Learners through New Technologies 43rd Annual Conference of the International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning Orlando, FL
Conference 2013-03-14 Engaging the Digital Natives: Use Avatars Intellectbase International Consor Bangkok, Thailand
Conference 2012-06-01 Out of this World: Using Avatars to Stimulate Student Interest Montreal, Canada
Conference 2012-06-01 I Avatar: Using Avatars to Increase Student Learning and Retention Cambridge, Massachuetts
Conference 2012-03-01 Relationship Between Teacher Program and Student Teacher Performance Bangkok, Thailand
Conference 2012-03-01 Reaping What You Sow: The Quality of a Student Teacher Program is Reflected in its Student Teachers. Bangkok, Thailand
Conference 2011-05-01 Nuturing the Digital Natives: Effective Online Teaching Dispositions Athens, Greece
Paper 2008-08-01 From Dinosaur to Dynamo: Mentoring Seasoned Faculty for Online Efficacy Alaska
Paper 2007-09-01 Mentoring Seasoned Faculty for Online Efficacy Cambridge, England
Paper 2007-07-01 Technology Mentoring: Breaking Through the Barriers to Successful Online Pedagogy San Diego, CA
Paper 2007-02-01 Dinosaur to Dynamo: Increasing the Efficacy of Educators Teaching Online New York, NY
Paper 2007-02-01 A Synergistic Global Perspective of Fifteen Mentoring Programs New York, NY
Paper 2007-01-01 A Global Perspective of Fifteen Mentoring Program Honolulu, HI
Paper 2007-01-01 Bridging the Digital Divide: Letting Go to Become Connected Onlines Honolulu, HI
Paper 2006-01-01 Bridging the Digital Divide: Letting Go to Become Connected Onlines Honolulu, HI
Paper 2006-01-01 Masterful Mentoring: The Art of Mentoring New Faculty San Diego, CA
Paper 2006-01-01 Savvy Mentoring: An Innovative Model for University Professors Honolulu, HI
Paper 2006-01-01 Assessment Trends: Student Teacher Reflections Based Upon State Teaching Performance Expectations San Diego, CA
Paper 2005-10-01 The Impact of Adult Learning Theory on Mentoring of University Supervisors, Master Teachers, and Student Teachers. San Diego, CA

Publications

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

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Ms. Madelon Alpert

Sanford College of Education

Teacher Education

Education

University of Arizona - MED - Reading