she's really nice, sometimes a little ditzy but really if you just show that you like spanish then she's the best.
I really like her, she's so nice! but some of her tests can be a bit hard. either way, I was glad to have her as a teacher =]
take part in all her charitable events, show that you care about spanish regardless of whether of not you actually do, guilt trip her in a subtle way if the class doesnt do well,
Great! She's the best. I've learned more from her than any other language teacher.
Hey, I like her. I don't know what everyone sees that's bad about her. From what I got out of that class is more than I ever got out of spanish before...
She is an excellent person and teacher. true there are periods where work is off course, but she is most certainly someone am i privlaged to have learned from.
tutored me in spanish since like forever, wonderful woman, i dont care what u guys say, she is awesome, and candy rules, which she is always willing to share
Will not listen to her students. It is her way or the highway. EXTREMELY difficult to approach if you have problems. Unclear, plays favorites.
She is mean, unhelpful, and a terrible teacher. Worst I've ever had.
She might actually be the worst teacher of all time. Whatever college she went to should be closed down for giving her a degree in teaching spanish.
She is inconsistent in her workload, as well as the difficulty level of the workload. She is always late to class, and, as already stated, picks favorites.
Picks favorites, doesn't really teach at all. If she likes you and you show "interest" in langauge (do stuff for her), you'll be fine.
Mrs. D'Amico begins the year very enthusiastically. As the year progresses the work becomes monotonous. She is unclear about material on tests and has favorites
she's nice but piles way too much work on her students and expects too much of us while not teaching us well.