She was one of the worst teachers I ever had and is amongst the worst in Ontario if not worldwide. I'm confident that I'm not the only one who shares this opinion. With an extremely deplorable attitude, she is very disrespectful, lacks objectivity and her conduct is unbecoming of a professional/ethical teacher who is supposed to promote the values behind education.
If you do your work and pay at tension in class, you will have fun. She really cares for your success, however, you have to take initiative in your own work. In an society were all teachers are up tight and all "PC", she is a breath of fresh air.
Ms. Gerrow was a fairly good teacher. You really have to pay close attention to labs and class work you do because she sometimes uses those for tests and quizzes. She's not very specific when she tells you what to study for during a test/quiz but one thing people usually does is they go too far with studying when the questions she asks are simple. She doesn't like it when people are LATE. so don't be late on her class or she'll lock you out. I like her though! she's nice when you do well :)
Gerrow was a nice teacher but she was a hard marker and she was very hard to understand. My class had a student teacher for a few weeks and i learned more from her than i did from Gerrow.
Don't like this teacher, she doesn't teach the curiculum well, and also is dependent upon too many powerpoints. Also is not willing to help students and at the end of the day is just not pleasent towards many students.
shes awesome if you can understand what shes talking about
shes got personality lol..doesnt realli care as long as u eventually hand in ur work ur lifes urs she jus wants to chill
ok goes off topic a little..meaning A LOT .. sure cant dress and well cant explain well but good with lates :D
She's cool...she let us hand in our work whenever!! It was so great...she's cool.
I'm a base, I'm blue! I'm an acid, I'm red! really nutty, but a great teacher
a tough teacher, expects good work but is very fair and informative. She motivated me