i didnt like the fact that she convinced the school district that they "needed" to spend like $30,000 on a piano because the one they had wasnt a brand name top of the line piano and therefore was useless scrap...for the next few years after that, the students were forced to deal with text books that literally had pages and covers falling off of them as well as computers that would take 5-10 min to access google, by the time you got the computer to do what you needed, class would be over
um class can be doring we do the same thing everyday...:(
As a student of hers now in Music Ed. I've got to say; her stratagies were more suited upon a lower age level than HS. It threw the class attitude out of focus.
Mrs. V. was a cool teacher, although sometimes clueless when it came to what was going on in the back of the classroom. Sweet as can be though!
We miss you Mrs. V!!! Hope you're having fun on vacation. Looking forward to your return. She is a good teacher.
The words "slit my wrists" come to mind when in this class.