Marianne Sharping » Biography


Ms. Sharping is a highly-qualified teacher with over 14 years of experience and middle school teaching endorsements in reading, math, science, and social studies. As a product of the Chicago Public School system, Ms. Sharping is dedicated to public school education and arts integration. Ms. Sharping graduated summa cum laude from Loyola University Chicago with a degree in Elementary Education. She earned her masters from the American College of Education in Curriculum and Instruction. Her favorite way to teach is through discussion, small group activities and projects. When she is not teaching, she enjoys spending time with her family, painting, and playing competitive tennis.

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Hatshepsut took center stage for our Twitter activity in 5th grade. Students highlight her achievements as one of a few female pharaohs in Ancient Egypt.
5th grade students create Twitter feeds for Ancient Egyptian pharaohs to celebrate their major achievements. 
6th Grade Jigsaw Activity: students become experts for their particular reading on "Identity"; groups use these anchor charts to teach their peers the lessons about identity that can be applied to our study on the Holocaust & Human Behavior.
6th Grade Jigsaw Activity: students become teachers and experts, helping their peers understand how the "us vs. them" mentality shaped the events being discussed in our Holocaust & Human Behavior unit.
6th grade students "Take This Giant Leap" with Sonia Weitz to begin building background and context to the Holocaust.
"Take This Giant Leap" - 6th grade students analyze and respond to a poem written by Sonia Weitz, a Holocaust survivor.
History Fair has begun! 6th graders are in the beginning phases of history fair, researching topics related to this year's theme: Triumph & Tragedy in History.
So artistic!! 5th graders show off their drawing talents as they create a visual representation of The Ennead, the Egyptian creation myth of Heliopolis.