I had her for grade 10 than 11 and omg it was the worst semesters of my life. I used to love chem but after experiencing it with her, it became one of those classes I hated going to. She is veryyyy rude, UNFAIR marker, mean, and soooo much more. If I get her for grade 12 imma drop out soon as soon i see her
Good teacher... when she actually teaches. literally, when she does a lesson, 100%. When she doesn't do a lesson and kinda just casually slips everything into a handout 0%.
She doesn’t have any knowledge of Chemistry. Her teaching skills are zero.
She can be nice but isn't a good teacher. We ask questions and she says "Good question, give me a sec" and looks up the answer on yahoo or asks another teacher. She's not very clear when explaining things, and a lot of our class gets lost. Don't have her for Gr 12 chem, try getting Dallinger or Oak.
Linda Bouwman is nice and funny but still strict and serious to get the work done. She hepled me a lot to catch up on a week of work I missed due to hockey travelling. She provides good information fo
She can do way better. She's just to stubborn. She didn't even know what the Mohs scale of hardness was! Clustered should be taught by someone more qualified
When I was in her class, i thought chemistry was a subject where we learn about kids, and how to take care of them.
I'm very concerned if she is actually a teacher. She doesn't teach at all and she's an UNFAIR MARKER ......I hate that
I think she's fairly acceptable. I've definitely had worse teachers in the past. But there is nothing TOO special about her. But who cares she does her job!
I had you for about a 1/2 semester b4 I dropped chem. You yelled at me a few times, but apologized after, even tho I deserved it. I wish I knew you better.
Unhelpful, mean, unfair marker, dosent't explain things well and holds grudges. Has her ups and downs...
Helped me during times i needed the most. Good Teacher. what is everyones problem
You are a great teacher and person! (p.s the juice box is empty!)
shes a nice person, but i dont understand her teaching