I wonder what I'll think of her after I get my dose of Calc II in college. All I can say is I'm not sure her random acts of kindness stories will help me through college mathematics.
Man, I can't say enough about Mrs. Smith. She was the one that enabled me (along with Mr. Zhender) to skip Pre-Calc and go straight to Calc. That has helped me out a ton in college. She helped me so much that one year and I can't thank her enough. One word: AWESOME.
one of the best math teachers ever. Shes an extremely nice lady, and really cares about all of the students.... and she is a really good teacher too.. made everything that i was taught badly in trig make sense... shes a keeper
I think Mrs. Smith is an effective teacher, but not a good teacher. She needs to learn her place in the classroom and stick to the numbers, and stop with her religious coaching.
I never had the opportunity to take Pre-Calc or Calc with Mrs. Smith, but she was a great algebra teacher; easy to understand and helpful(also an awesome neighbor!)
I agree that she should tone down her personal beliefs in class, but nobody can question her dedication and ability as a Calc teacher.
I feel neglected in her PreCalc class. She is not availiable for help very often due to the Calclulus-favoring that she does so much. She could be moreorganized
The teaching was so unorganized. I find it hard to believe she taught will all her "heart, soul, mind, and strength".
Great teacher in a difficult field definately puts for commendable effort!
No one loves the students more than Mrs. Smith.....she's a wonderful teacher and friend.
It's the calc which is terrible, and the teacher who is pleasing. She's excellent in her work, and jolly out of class. Four and a half stars out of five.
She is a good teacher, she leaves no student behind and with calculus, that's hard to do... she is always willing to help and always understanding
She could be far more organized in planning lessons so that they may actually further the students' knowledge of the subject. She shouldn't favor certain pupils
Mrs. Smith is tough, and demands the very best from her students. But she is always there to help, morning, day and night, and will give tons of support.