Mrs. Martin is a sweetheart and probably one of the nicest teacher you will meet here. She's a great teacher, though a little too easy for me. She knew her stuff but because of the other students that were honestly awful and didn't care at all about the subject, I felt like I was being held back. However, that had nothing to do with her. She really focused on those who were having trouble in her class and worked hard to make sure that they did well, though she was a bit of a pushover.
i think that she is a nice person but doesn't help students learn. she doesn't explain things really and expects too much when we don't understand. also it seems like she picks favorites in her classe
I've really enjoyed having Mrs. Martin as a teacher... she's sweet and likes to see her students succeed and challenges them enough to grow.
Mrs. Martin is a good teacher. I had her for Spanish 2 and though there was a lot of homework the class was easy.
Mrs. Martin is a great teacher, she always cares about her students and really tries to help them. Yeah, she expects alot from you, but if you can't take it then you shouldn't be in Spanish 4!
she's a nice person, but a bad teacher. if you mess up on your spanish, she seems to prefer giving you a weird look than helping you. all you do is boring busy work while she surfs the web. lovely.
She is very nice and she usually is happy a lot. But, it does take her a while to calm the class down and she does chose favorites and EVERYONE knows who they are.
she is one on my favorite teachers, she is happy all the time, and it makes the classroom environment more relaxing
She is soooo sweet! Always happy and chipper, she reminds me of a happy-go-lucky gal. PS: she TEACHES!!WOW!
she is very very peppy/happy in the morning.. well actually all the time. it's cool, but sometimes it can be much to handle.
during 1st hr, when everyone is asleep, she is just alittle to happy for me. I also think that she doesn't like you if you aren't perfect at spanish.
She's really nice, but needs more classroom control.