Pure gold of a teacher. I had no idea what was going on in enviromental science but it was worth being there just for him. He is very willing to help out individually but I unfortunately never took advantage of that.
Back in the day (mid 90's) I had Mr Marlin for both math and physical science. By far the best teacher of the sciences I've ever had! He took a student who failed level 3 "easy" math and gave me the tools to pass level 4 "advanced" math with over a 90 average. He ignited a passion for the sciences in me that has allowed me to go on to a lucrative career in the federal government and rise through the ranks in computer sciences and engineering. Science and math doesn't have to be boring! Thanks!
Mr. Marlin is a cool guy. He makes a lot of stupid jokes and he's as old as a dinosaur but he knows what he's talking about and if you listen you'll know too. Everything is on learn Quebec. If you fail a test. It's your own fault. He's a good teacher.
*great sence of humor. One of my favorite teachers. I miss him! In college, no chem teacher is half as cool as he was. Got me to work for myself. "shift to the next gear!" - "whoa horse!" I luv Martin
Mad as a hatter, but a smart guy. Most random class ever. Thanks for supplying me with diethyl ether man, sure made my last year bearable!
he is the best teacher even if he hitts us all the time when we come in the class and he hits you harder if you fall infront of miss faucher before going in...