I know she has retired, but when someone asks me to name the first teacher that comes to mind at CPHS, she is the one I spit out! In troublesome times, she enlightened me with both math and life. By far, one of the greatest teachers of all time. Inspirational, motivating and exceptional in her profession! I kept my dream of becoming an engineer because of this lady right here.... I wish you the best, and hope we reconnect one day! Logan R
i loved her! she worked ahrd to amke sure i understood eveerthing and i always got good marks in her class becuase she helped me work hard.
She knows her math inside and out, and can teach it well, and can fix a misunderstanding in seconds. She can overload on the homework sometimes, though.
She's a really good math teacher and very nice. I did really well in grade 9 with her but now i am in dicrete (gr.12) and its incredibly hard. Her test questions come out of nowhere.
I don't really have anything to complain about in terms of her teaching, but I'm GOOD at math and I still struggled at times. It may have just been the curriculum itself, but I think she's difficult.
Unless your mathmatically inclined, you're going to have an extremely tough time. Students who enjoy math like her a lot, but if you struggle, don't both being in academic.
Doesn't explain things well. She's good if you know what you're doing but if you need help you might as well just drop out of the class.
She knows what she's talking about when it comes to math, but if you're math-challenged she's not that much of a help, I found.
Algeo (discrete math) was the hardest class I took in high school. Her test questions come out of nowhere. Do her exam review, the exam is identical.
(i shouldnt be allowed to rate math teachers) teaching is straightforward, but also uninteresting, willing to help if you dont have math induced ADD.