I mean...from prior years ive heard about, shes much better. She doesnt grade homework anymore, Hallelujah! However, whenever we are learning new material, not just a few times, but its a reoccuring p
Mrs. Lossner was a poor teacher. I received an A in the class, but that was entirely independent of Mrs. Lossner. Either be talented in math or study and do homework; fortunately, I was the former.
She is the most amazing teacher I have or will ever be taught by.
She's kind and makes all students feel good about themselves even though some may not be intelligent. Though her class is not easy, if being a good student comes naturally, an A is more than feasible!
DEMENTED. If you want to be on her good side, either be an amazing genius or give her presents every other day. Otherwise, you're going to be traumatized for being a student who took her class.
Not a bad teacher. But unfortunately a bad person. She really is quite biased. She definitely is rude and shows little respect to some students.
One of the most egotistical and pompous teachers I have had. This women has her accolades posted across her room like wallpaper. She picks favorites and is makes it hard for others
She needs to stop being so arrogant. She acts like she's always right, even if she's not. make sure you go by HER notes and not the book...
maintains arrogance in classroom.Her tests are too hard.most of the things u struggled to study doesn't really help in calc.
Pretty good teacher, needs to explain her stuff better. Class is hard but not impossible.
as long as there arent really smart kids in your class, then you are ok. if one person understands she assumes everyone does too. always double check her!!!!
If nothing else, she really LOVES math. If you love it too, perhaps you'll get along well together. STUDY FOR HER FINAL, IT WILL GET YOU THAT ELUSIVE A.
hardest math class at Pope, but not impossible if you try