Brilliant man and person. I wouldn't remove it out of posterity.
Mr King has passed away and I think his ratings should be removed out of respect.
he is the smartest teacher i've ever had. his class is very boring though
he is a very nice guy except he is very boring all he does is lecture
Incredibly smart guy, but awful teacher. He sits there and lectures for 41 minutes EVERY day! He speaks in monotone and makes the class 10 times more boring than it normally is. He never has you take notes (other than those stupid outlines you have to do nightly) and always uses handout. Literally, I think this man killed the entire rain forest. He expects the book to teach you everything. Awful!
So smart, but his teaching strategies are not good. Students learn better when they take notes, and all Mr. King does is give thousands of handouts out - and I'm not exaggerating.
I think he should be at a university he's so smart, very knowledgabe, and a very good teacher. He makes class interesting.
Great teacher and knows an incredible amount of information. Take his classes, you'll learn a lot.
Mr.King is the greatest history teacher ever and knows everything about Euro history. Plus he allowed us the great privilege of watching Professor Eugene Weber!
Mr. King is a great teacher who makes his class always seem interesting. Euro was a fun class this year because of Mr. King.
A great guy-one of those rare teachers who remembers your name years later and makes it a point to say hello to you in the hallway. Take AP Gov. It's fun.
most knowledgeable teacher i have ever had, a very good teacher too, he makes euro easy even for dumb people
He knows A LOT. Euro was hard, but it's not supposed to be easy. Nice guy. There are ways to bring up your grade!!!
Mr. King is great. He sure knows his stuff, and very nice teacher.
great guy, one of the best teachers out there. knows his stuff :)
Cool guy, very helpful, and friendly to students. Very knowledgeable.
To close this long history n a note of placidity would indeed be inappropriate, but so, too, would it be to close on a note of doom. ~pg.1065 Plamer's a History of the Modern World~