He thinks that he is superior to all his students just because of his degree. Tries to use large vocabulary but makes no sense in the process.
He tries to relate to students, which is why he generally has high ratings. However, he plays favorites. Unless you're extremely outgoing or an amazing music student, don't expect any attention. In fact, his teaching style is extremely bland and he talks way too much. I'm glad I got out of that class. He has said some pretty demeaning things to me personally-- ( not constructive criticism.) Don't pay too much attention to him, and you'll have a great four years.
I rated Mr. Cush almost 5 stars for everything but as a music teacher, he could do better. He talks too much during the period and there isn't enough playing. Sometimes, he'll talk about computers and somehow relate it to music. Overall, he's a nice guy who knows what he's doing.
He is the most amazing teacher ever. He's super funny, and I love his jokes. He can get a little strict, but he's fun to be around and very knowledgeable about music.
Very knowledgeable about music and is always willing to share it with others. He can be a bit strict at times, but he means well and understands what we students go through. Amazing teacher
obsessed with penguins, loves coffee, and stereotypes everything especially the Asians... whats not to love about him haha
Most caring teacher I've had during high school. He's also super understanding about the AMSAT workload.
he's a good teacher. i think he's obsessed with penguins though lol ;D
What can I say..? He is great! haha Cush, cush, haha. He used to teach guitar, so I had him. 2 more guitar teachers came, but still Cush is the best! haha. Practice a lot! Then he'll love you haha ;]
A very talented man, and a great director. I agree, one of Clark County's best.
he's at clark, but when he was in cashman, he was such a great teacher! and im sure he still is. he teaches orchestra so well.