I owe my career and success to Ms. Marchesano and didn't appreciate it until much later after high school. Registering for software programming by accident, she refused to let me drop it. Despite a rough beginning I ended up finding my passion in software and am now an industry leader at one of Canada's top tech firm making me a millionaire in my late 20s. I owe every bit of it to her for not letting me drop that course and making sure I was setup for success. Thank you Ms. Marchesano
Miss Marchesano was one of the brightest most diligrnt students I have ever taught. She and her claddmates made my first year of teaching a joy beyond measure.
She is very repetitive. She does not help you when you need. Her teaching methods are boring. She is very strict when it comes to sitting positions [you HAVE to sit up straight]. She will kick you out of her class if you offend her, even a little thing. Her ISU, tests and the exam is easy though.
Honestly, the worst teacher I've ever had. I was once kicked out for reading a book. You don't learn anything, and if you so much as cough she'll stop teaching for 10 minutes to lecture you.
The very definition of a scatterbrain. Very all over the map and just confusing and frustrating to deal with at times. Talked too fast and said the same things too often.
not a very good teacher. she repeated herself all the time and seemed to say "in this particular case right here" a lot. Too much. She needs to use a better variety of vocabulary.
Had her for 3 years, hated her for the first two but I liked her for the last year, A little of a control freak, but if you do well in her class she shouldn't be a problem
Gives you the material, yet cannot explain it. Acts extremely nice for the first 2 weeks, then it all goes downhill from there...
very unclear with her words and repeats them too much. made me drop out of programming.
tries to be helpful, but unfortunately isn't so good at it.
what a horrible teacher. she should learn accounting before she tries to teach it.