There are a lot of really frustrating teachers at Mags. I had Mrs. Gigglioti for APUSH this past year, and though I think she knows her material she has lost the ability to teach it over the years. She grades subjectively and I don't think it's a just chance all the girls in yearbook have 98% while the rest of us struggle to get a C. Rough class but taking regular isn't much better. Good luck to all her future stupids, be ready for a GPA hit
She seems to know what she is talking about, but expresses it in a very boring way. I cannot read her handwriting. She has the toughest tests with material that we have not learned. She will admit to the fact that she did not teach us the material. Her US History was as tough as a regular class.
She makes a lot of mistakes in class- I remember finding myself mentally correcting her last year in her history class- but I really loved having her for a teacher. I was really good in her class, so walking in there was like a breath of fresh air for me after all my other crazy AP classes. She is never mean, and I loved the way she taught. She just gives lectures and has Powerpoints, and you take notes, but I loved that. It's how I learn best. So her class was great for me! And I think most people like her
I am smart, but she has no idea how to grade papers and she is not very helpful. I would continuously ask her for help and she would never give it to me. :(
Coming from a sophomore-WE ARE NOT AN AP CLASS... SO STOP GRADING US LIKE WE ARE
Sophomores dont have a clue. DBQs are hard but AP History is the best!
Appears to have vague ideas of what she's talking about but not the slightest clue as to how to spell it. Tests have little to do with what was learned.
Tough teacher but she taught me a lot so I can't complain...you girls will realize that nothing they can dish out to you at Mags will prepare you for college profs.