What happens when an old-schooled, methodical, rigorous electric engineer becomes an IB physics teacher? Well, you got Mr. Wearring. Physics is by no means easy, and you must be high proactive to take advantage of his vast amount of knowledge.
He teaches really quickly and does not help you if you are far behind. He skips over material if one person understand, adn the onyl people who do are the smartest in the class. He definitely has favorites. If you ask a question he will answer with the same question and expect you to know the answer.
Nice teacher, but very disorganized.
Great guy and clearly very knowledgeable. However, his classes are extremely confusing and only the smartest students understand what he teaches. He should be teaching at the university level. His lectures are unorganized, uninteresting and confusing. I had him as my supervisor for my physics Extended Essay and he was a terrible supervisor. Literally no feedback at all, and he gave me a C which meant I received 2/3 diploma points even though I aced TOK.
One of the most knowledgable teachers at Ashbury. Very very very smart and kind. He's helpful IF you pay attention and actually try. Physics is probably the hardest subject offered, so that doesn't make it that easy. His marking was kinda tough to get used to, like communication marks, but after the first test it's easy to pick up. He is monotone as people say, but it's physics so like...it doesn't really affect much IMO. Probably the most underrated teacher there is.
I just love mr wearring! Very patient and knowledgeable. A lot of intelligent people dont talk much.
Mr Wearring was a great teacher this year. He is helpful when you need him, and is very knowledgeable. You have to work hard in class because physics is demanding.
I grew up w/ Matthew. Did you know he is an athlete? Perhaps he should be teaching Phys-Ed, not Science! He broke records at OFSSA, he brought his school to a City Win in Basketball!
I love this guy. Way too smart to teach high school but if you take the time, he will teach you what you need to know and more. We had a halo party in the last class before winter break, nuff said.
boring, unclear, can't teach, lets just say that my tests weren't attorcisou for lack of trying. nice guy, but his mind is obviously somewhere else
He's a nice guy, but he's more of a scientist than a teacher (VERY common theme in the science department). Can't seem to enthrall the students.
Nice bow tie. Too bad you can't teach clearly at all.
Students' jokes and laughter may give you a false sense of security and make you neglect problem sets. Then come the tests... However, study and you'll do well.
Cool guy once you get to know him, physics was actually full of laughter in our class. Tests that suppposedly have 5 questions have 100 small subsections.