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private school history educator

Virginia Mary Zarob, American Private school history educator. Certified teacher, Illinois. Cyril Smith fellow, 1975-1976, Daughters of the American Revolution fellow, 1988; recipient de la Chapelle Teaching Excellence award, 1992. Member ASCD, Organisation American Historians, Organisation History Teachers, National Council Social Studies, Association Secondary Curriculum Dirs., Association American History Teachers.

Background

Zarob, Virginia Mary was born on May 2, 1944 in Oak Park, Illinois, United States. Daughter of George Arthur and Sally Virginia (Polich) Zarob.

Education

Bachelor, Marquette University, 1966. Master of Arts, Marquette University, 1972. Doctor of Philosophy, Marquette University, 1976.

Career

Teacher social studies, St. Hilary School, Chicago, 1962-1971;teaching assistant, instructor, Marquette U., Milwaukee, 1971-1977;teacher social studies, Holy Cross School, Deerfield, Illinois, 1978-1983;secondary history teacher, department chair, Woodlands Academy, Lake Forest, Illinois, since 1983. Evaluator Indiana School Organisation, 1992-1994.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher, Illinois.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Organization American Historians, Organization History Teachers, National Council Social Studies, Association Secondary Curriculum Directors, Association American History Teachers.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: gardening, crocheting, reading.

Connections

father:
George Arthur Zarob

mother:
Sally Virginia (Polich) Zarob