What Elizabeth Marzouki enjoys most about teaching at ESAA is her students’ enthusiasm for learning.
She received her undergraduate degree in elementary education from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She holds a master’s degree in reading from Cardinal Stritch University and also spent two summers participating in Harvard University’s Project Zero with her ESAA colleagues. In addition to Harvard, she has participated in numerous trainings including The Buck Institute’s Project Based Learning, A+ Network, and ongoing graduate level courses.
Ms. Marzouki has taught in the Sheboygan Area School District for 15 years, starting at ESAA in 2006. She also taught early childhood through adult students in North Carolina and at a co-op school in France before coming to Sheboygan.
Working with children is very rewarding for this educator who enjoys the collaborative process of project-based learning.
“I love team teaching and planning with the exceptionally skilled and dedicated staff,” she said of her work at ESAA.