I found that as long as you ASK for help, he will do the best of his ability to do so. But it's your initiative to ask questions and tell him you need help.
Mr. Brown was one of the funniest teachers I had. Yeah, he was sarcastic, but he pushed us hard and we learned. It was all on us by that time - you can't blame him if you don't know how to work.
He's funny, but he doesn't teach his students anything. During class he actually said: "Quiet down, or I'll actually have to make you guys read the textbook!" Maybe that wouldn't be so bad...
I've been having to teach myself all the material, as well as the people around me. Last class he said 'Find some work in the book to do while I eat my soup!"
I had to teach myself all of his InfoTech class, then help others in the class, cause no way mr. brown would do that.
Spent most of class playing computer games. Laughed at students who were having trouble. Left in the middle of class to oversee construction of his house.
Not helpful, unfriendly, dosen't care about student sucess, poor communication!