She's a very nice lady, but she cannot teach for the life of her. Her teaching style is very "unique" in the sense where she does not make you take notes, but expects you to recall information from her conversations. Her summative seemed to have a strong disconnect with Canadian Law and her exam was outrageous with what she expected from us. She not only did not prepare us for the exam what so ever, but also mislead us with her exam review to think the exam was just on one certain topic.
She was a verrry sweet teacher and I loved her but I really hated the newspaper article stuff which was 85% of the course material... (and the other 15% of the course was movies) She has an obscure teaching style, if you are an independent worker you will do well because you have to teach yourself most of the terms and lessons.
I like her! Her facial expressions are ADORABLE. She's a little uneasy with her opinions at times, and she's not the BEST teacher around, but she marks really easily which is always great. Just wis
great teacher, really understand genuinely wants to help her students
She doesn't help anyone and all she does is read out articles from newspapers.
Best law teacher I've ever had. Extremely easy going. Highest mark ever was 98% on the summative, and I am the farthest from a smart student.
her husband tells her the answers to everything. She should not be a teacher. boo
I really enjoyed having Mrs. Edward as my teacher. She likes Law & Order and shes very helpful. Would love to have her for Gr. 12 Law
Oh wow, I don't know what to say other then USE YOUR OWN NOTES!!!
Mrs. Edward is a good teacher and she will take time to help you out. Her tests are hard, but you can pass them with a good mark, you just have to try.
I think she takes her lessons from supermarket tabloids!!!
She has bizarre ideas taken right from the dark ages.