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 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 2006-01-01 Bridging the Digital Divide: Letting Go to Become Connected Onlines Honolulu, HI
Paper 2005-10-01 The Impact of Adult Learning Theory on Mentoring of University Supervisors, Master Teachers, and Student Teachers. San Diego, CA

Publications

Type Date Author Type Date Title Publication Name Author List Publisher Volume / Issue / Page
Article Co-Author July 2011 Nuturing the digital natives: effective online teaching dispositions and practices Shepherd, C. 1(1)
Article Co-Author Using Technology to Provide Differentiated instruction for Deaf Learners Journal of Instructional Pedagogies Shepherd, C. & Alpert, M. Journal of Instructional Pedagogies 15
Article Co-Author Using Technology to Provide Differentiated Instruction for Deaf Learners. Journal of Instructional Pedagogies Shepherd, C., & Alpert, M. 15
Article Co-Author Engaging the Digital Natives: Use Avatars Review of Higher Education (RHESL) Shepherd, C., Alpert, M. & Tolbert, D. 6(19)
Chapter Co-Author Exploring the correlation between online teacher dispositions and practices in virtual classrooms and student participation and satisfaction Vincenti, G. & Braman, J. Shepherd, C. IGI Global, PA 75-85
Ms. Madelon Alpert

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Ms. Madelon Alpert

Sanford College of Education

Teacher Education

Education

University of Arizona - MED - Reading