He knew his stuff... Retired now...
Knows what he's talking about sure, but his narcissistic approach to teaching and his need for control over others fade his approach of teaching. He belongs in a workplace ordering others around, not in a place of "nurturing" minds of students.
This class isn't easy, it's not supposed to be either. Teaches you how to be independent and creative. The difficulty of this class ranges because it is what you make of it( gr 11 and 12). Overall this class is probably one of the most unique and important classes at Danforth. I personally have gotten a job at at an Architectural firm and an engineering firm (where I used Revit and Autocad almost everyday to complete my work) . These programs also help in University.
He's alright. His class was a bit tough. I had to stay till 5 almost every day to get the assignments done in grade 9. He also gets annoyed by silly stuff sometimes.
IMHO the greatest and most helpful teacher I have ever had in grade 9. Assignments were fun and challenging. Taught me tons and his course was my favorite. Too bad I don't have him this year.
hes a good guy, commited to helping people if you ask stays afterschool till like 5 almost everyday if you needa catchup
Hes not too bad. His marking scheme is kinda weird though. I like his course, but he makes us take lots of notes. And not enough time to do assignments!
Hes a great guy, really get to know him. Can be really intimidating but always is ready to help. Yes theres lots of notes but keeps them relativly entertaining
Hard classes, hard to approach about a problem when you know he is going to criticize your work and tell you about even more problems you have.
His courses where the key to me getting my current job in an engineering company. Thank you for everything sir!