She doesn't seem to enjoy teaching very much; she literaly avoids it as often as possible. Her thoughts and notes are unorganized. However, she's a really nice lady and always lets people go to the ba
She spends most her time going over the homework, which I like and is helpful, but leaves little room for teaching the material. VERY disorganized
She rushes a bit too fast, her test are pretty hard if you don't study enough. She's a really nice person, but her teaching is below par.
she's sweet and a good teacher if you care enough to put in some effort. the people that think she's a bad teacher are the ones that are lazy, dont do their homework, and dont ask for help.
she doesn't seem un organized. her classes are a bit boring but she is nice outside the class. her course is easy and she will help you understand it if you really want to.
nice person but terrible teacher...no offense to her.
Must be proactive to do well in her class. If you don't get it, talk with her after school for one on one help. That's the only time I ever understood what she was saying and didn't have distractions.
I love Ms Donoghue as a person. She is the nicest person, but, her teaching was not good. Everyday it was a cycle of not learning a lesson then not knowing the hw, then not learning the next lesson.
My goodness. I had Donaghue over ten years ago. We piloted a horrid, horrid, "integrated" program by no fault of hers, but I do recall a lack of clarity, wasted time and lack of org. and enthusiasm.
Funny and kind lady, but her classes are a struggle. She doesn't help you understand the topic too well because at times she doesn't seem to understand it herself.
She is very unorganized and needs to get her lesson plans together. We spend the first 20 minutes of class talking. She purposely distracts herself.
For MA classes - vicious cycle of going over HW first, leaving only 10 minutes to teach the lesson. Lesson is taught hastily, resulting in confusion for all.