i had her in the 80s, she was a great teacher, i really liked her
Mrs. Hattie was a "top shelf" teacher. Her teaching methods were comfortable and instructive. She was willing to talk to you on a "person to person" level. On the last day of grade 12 she said I had a very good chance of succeeding. I retired at 48. She was correct.
Hattie did not provide a supportive learning environment.
Mrs Hattie was a fantastic teacher. She would explain things until everyone understood, repeatedly and in different ways if necessary. She would help everyone, not just her favorites. I didn't agree with her personal slant on issues (1990's) but she deserves 5 stars as a quality teacher.
She was really nice, and she knew what she was talking about, she just wan't very clear. All we did was take notes, but her exam was super easy, and you could hand something in really late and she wouldn't care.
Hattie's class was hard, but excellent - she taught us beyond what we "needed" to know for bio, so much that once I got to university and took the infamous "bio b" that so many people fail, i got an A
she's too smart to be a teacher, she should have been a docter or something
Thought she knew everything, but lacked a basic knowledge in chemistry and particle physics. Had to argue with her once.
goes off topic way to often and then you dont know what you should have been listening to. boring movies. lol "erases" what she writes on the board right away
TOO MUCH NOTES!! She was alright as long as you didnt cross her
Always got you thinking, had to pay close attention in class