I LOVED mr Schettine. He must have reformed his policies because he didn't show my class movies and I honestly learned a ton from him. He never showed any favoritism at all, so I really think those claims are unfounded. He's the best guy.
I am awful at global history in general no matter who the teacher, but he keeps me interested in it. He doesn't favor anyone really he just doesn't pick out anyone out of the crowd to get them involved if they don't want to. He may not be the best teacher but global is a hard subject to teach.
Global 9H is my favorite class and it isn't hard if you try at all.
I don't play volleyball..or any sports for that matter and I get a long with him very well. I get good grades too. Global is a hard subject to teach..and I think he does a pretty good job at it.
He in NO way favors the volleyball kids. Just because he knows they better. He's an awesome guy and a great teacher. I'd like to see you teach 16 year old boys and girls and see how easy it is.
He's a nice person, very funny, but you won't learn much in his class. Volleyball players get good grades, while the brightest kids get swept under a rug. He doesn't prepare you for tests or the regents, but he's friendly.
If u play volleyball then he'll love you.But he still won't teach u.Aside from him favoring volleyball players his class consists of everything but what we're tested on.But don't worry volleyball players, u'll still get 100's
Okay, He sucks, he favors the vollyball and baseball teams because he coaches them. We watch movies every class and regents are in 2 weeks and we havent done a practice one all year. I'm a straight A student and he fails me.
He's really fun to have class with. Sure, we watch a lot of movies, but it's a nice break from the typical school routine. If you listen to him and take the time to look over the handouts you get, you'll do fine.
Admits that the kids in honors classes are smarter than he is . . they how can you teach us? Favors the volleyball team. Get our while you still can!
If you call watching Monty Python and the Holy Grail honors class material . . .
Really cool guy--relies on movies to teach a little too much, though.