He knew how to play to a room of teenage boys and make science fun. Every day was organized chaos as he weaved through various topics of freshman biology. He had recognized my talent in science and pulled me into the hall (at the time I thought I was in trouble), instead he wanted to introduce me to Fr. Sweeney and start science projects. I look back at the two of them as key educators on the path to college and medical college.
Everyone line up in reverse alphabetical order...
Had him freshman year. Nice and very smart guy but very socially awkward. Class was pretty easy but he was not very clear or helpful. He would give us the tests beforehand and read the answers to us. Good for passing the tests but not so much for actual learning of material.
Far superior to the quality of teachers Saint John's looks for. The school hasn't been the same without him there. Congrats St. Johns on your quest to mediocrity.
he is a genius man he is not the best teacher because he changes thoughts a lot but hes hilarious and the smartest guy i know