Lisa Caputo Love has been teaching in CPS for ten years and has been both a general education and a special education teacher. Mrs. Love is dedicated to life-long learning, and loves to write grants to help her improve her classroom and instruction for the benefit of her students. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, doing triathlons, reading professional teaching journals, and being an adjunct professor at Loyola University Chicago. Teaching has always been her passion and she loves creating fun and supportive learning environments for all students.
Anything in the historical fiction genre.
The ability to read and speak all languages. I love to travel and learn about different people and cultures. I am not very good with languages, and would love to be able to access information about the world directly from the source!
Queen Elizabeth I. She was extremely smart, is considered one of the greatest monarchs in English history, and lived during an interesting time period. She earned the respect of most of her people, even though she was a female. Her parents were Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, two other very interesting historical figures. I would love to hear stories about their family history ruling England, and how she gained so much power and respect as a woman.
Madonna, Laura Pausini, and someone who could play really great tropical and/or reggae music.
All languages on earth! (See my superpower.)