Frustrating. Doesn't care about his students but is passionate about math. Not a fan of short answers. Lacks warmth and empathy when working with students. Too much homework.
Clearly the greatest teacher if you are open minded and willing to learn.
Haha, AWESOME tea party! However, he needs to improve on answering his students explicitly when answering their questions.
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know how to really get him going? stick chalk in his chalk brush.... a classic everytime makes me laugh.
Oh Mr. Nesbitt. From an honrst perspective, he is frustrating because he doesn't just give you a straight up answer instead giving you a long explanation. He is nice to you if you are nice to him. He doesn't pick favourites which is nice. The "Thinking Tasks" are really difficult. He is very particular about your communication skills (ie. equal signs, x) his notes are pure examples which aren't always that helpful and he expect you to know the content before you enter the class. Advice: Do Ports
unlike most people, i actually liked him as a math teacher.. everyone learns in different ways. he didn't help many other students, but his teaching style suited to me
I have been out of high school for a longg time but laughed when I saw that this man was still here. Should have been an actuary..... needs to retire! Very mean man.
Mr. Nesbitt has a very strange sense of humer. I really dont understand it. He makes things very unneccisarily confusing.
dont think hes that bad, maybe not the right style of teaching as everybody else, but not a bad guy. The thing about him is that you have to know the stuff before you learn.
ah yes, a million thanks for making me further loathe having to come to school and take math! But whatever i have no real grudge, as ong as I'm not in the class
My child would come home crying at least once a week. He refused to help her and when I went to speak to him, he insulted me.
If you want a Teacher that refuses to help you, then Nesbitt's your man. And his temper tantrums/ anger breakouts are not fun to be around. He'll make you hate and fail Math!
Serious self-esteem problems going on here. Makes a constant effort to put himself above his student and excercise his authority. Needs ego help.