She taught me grade 12 math. She made sure that the students understood the concepts and she would be sure to encourage and praise good effort. My younger brother was in her grade 9 applied class when I was a senior and he said she worked hard to make all the students in his class successful. She must be retired now , but I will always remember her as an excellent teacher.
Exceptional teacher. Cared about her students and worked hard so that students could be successful.
i like her although she could try to not tell us our pencils are too loud
All that is missing is the red nose and extra large shoes.
Its not baby talk, she speaks quiet so people will listen. She makes her lesons very easy to understand, and students who want to do well and try hard will get good grades. She is really nice.
I'd love to make students wait for 5 years after graduation until they fill this out. Uncool - perhaps. A great teacher - absolutely.
Although I did very well in math in high school, I had no respect for a teacher who would not help students who asked questions, and I doubt I ever will.
During high school, I didn't have the maturity or intelligence to appreciate her. As a university grad, I realize what a stellar teacher she is.
ok so she's a little weird. she is a good teacher tho, makes math really easy to understand.
Is the only teacher who I could learn math from... she needs to stop with the baby talk though
I didn't like her teaching style at all but I survived with good marks.
I didn't appreciate in high school, definitely appreciate in university