Awful. If you look him in the eye, he'll move you. Don't be the first one to be moved or he will target you the whole year every single day. Don't try and argue being moved, he will just bounce up and down with his hands on his head complaining about how " students don't like to move out of their comfort zone." Also, don't ask him a question unless you want to be forced to listen to some philosophical rant about life. To be honest, I've gotten worse at Spanish this year.
very very smart, but taught us spanish and chinese in italian class... hes weird af but its hilarious. i was asking him a question about the past conditional and he started talking about the history of quantum physics and how "colors aren't real"
Dwyer, the topic of countless stories and discussions, is by far the most interesting specimen I have ever had the blessing but also the burden of meeting. A good way to describe him is paradoxical. He was everything good you wanted in a teacher, but also you wouldn't wish upon you're worst enemy. He goes on awfully long tangents and will refuse any sort of rebuttal or arguing. However if you can hold a conversation and listen to his rants, you shall be rewarded. I cheated on the final btw.
This guy always made me laugh. I don't know if he was being intentionally funny but I always found humor in his lectures. He was a bit different from other teachers...his personality could best be described as eccentric. But he was a good teacher and I enjoyed Spanish class.
He's a bit quirky (without fail, covers his ears every time the bell rings), but a very nice teacher and man regardless. He is set in his ways as a teacher, and will only teach the course the way he w
The man's a bit of a nut; but he's also quite brilliant. While his frequent tangents are often quite confusing, his teaching style of teaching us the use rather than definitions of words is top notch.
Mr. Dwyer is the smartest guy ive ever met. he does go off topic way too much and you dont learn that much about spanish, not like anyone actually wants to take it or anything, we just have to...
coming from the quiet kid in the back who gets 100's, all of you who are saying he can't teach are too lazy to learn yourself. His teaching is extremely helpful if you stop being obnoxious and listen.
Greatest teacher ever. You will learn more in this class than in any other.
Mr. Dwyer is the absolute man, he doesnt teach ANYTHING about spanish but you will learn more in that class about the real world then in any other class you take, hands down the best teacher i've had.
If Mr. Dwyer is such a bad teacher, why do almost all of his students do great on the regents test? He is a great teacher if you pay attention, so just listen and you will learn a lot from him!!!
cant stand this teacher, gets off of topic all of the time! worst teacher, very boring, poor spanish, not taught, lets us use our worksheets on all tests!
Ridiculous. He jumps up and down when he tries to teach a lesson- if he ever teachers a lesson. I learned absolutely nothing, in fact i helped him with vocabulary on more than one occasion. Easy tho
awww* i absolutely loved mr. dwyer. if you just listen to what he has to say and do the work he gives you, you will do well in his class, no doubt. just like me =) and get a 100 on your final. (:
1) he can't teach. 2) he enjoys hopping around the classroom. 3) he enjoys yelling at me and making me sit alll the way in the front, when I never do anything wrong. i dont think he should bea teacher
Nice guy, but annoying. He is a horrible teacher, and he does not teacher you a single thing. I feel that even though I got an A+ in all four quarters I think I failed the final. He likes to hop. BAD!
hes an okay teacher, but his grading system is odd. i really dont learn anything in his class, because hes always telling us of how good HE did in this and that, like going off subject.
He taught me the most of all my teachers. You just needed to be willing. I am now more advanced Spanish then anyone I know, including friends who have been taking it in college.
Mr. Dwyer was awesome. When I got to college, my Spanish professor couldn't believe how good my Spanish was.
Strange but friendly! He showed us a lot of movies and his proxy presentaitions, but I never stopped laughing in his class.