He's a good guy but in his tests are things ge had never taught before
He gets sidetracked easily and flips through notes far too quickly. Very few papers are handed out and you are to draw out diagrams yourself which can make them harder to read. My two best units in his class were taught by a student teacher. I missed a lot of time due to health complications and never was I brought up to date. I have never gotten such a low mark before and this was a subject that I knew I could've excelled in. Be prepared to find yourself in the dark if you take his class.
Good teacher! Talks a lot though, which has positives and negatives to it
if you try hard, you will be rewarded. Tests are a little unfair. Would be a very good teacher if tests were a little more realistic.
So first off, i agree with everything that peole have said. It is absolutely frustrating! Never mind painful to learn something that i actually like prior to his teaching!
He is awful, I have only had him for 2 weeks, but already he gives us work he hasn't taught us, makes us do tests with no understanding on the subject. He thinks he is so helpful to the world.
not helpful at all, never repeats anything he claims he has said in the past, no reviews and tests were completely irrelevant to what he taught for an easy class just ask him about his past in africa
good guy ... yes but takes the cake for HORRIBLE teaching. he never goes over anything!
He's a good guy, but his classes are exstremly boring! Also the biggest problem his tests have nothing to do with what he taught you!
Horrendeously boring. Made me want to be a Biology teacher so I can properly teach biology to grade 12s. His tests have nothing to do with the unit but he marks easy on assignments. Do the work.
YAWWWWWWWWWN most boring class on earth....and uh...uh and um...oh i forgot what i was uh oh yawn talking uh umm oh yea about.
Actually made science easy and interesting. A little odd though, he yawns about five times every class, making me very tired also.
One of the top three teachers at REC. Realistic goals