Average 4.71 based on 16 teacher ratings
John Green is a Physics teacher at North Andover High School located in North Andover, Massachusetts and part of North Andover School District. John Green's 16 teacher ratings contributes to North Andover High School's ranking of 329 in Massachusetts. Additionally, the average teacher rating at North Andover High School is 4.07 stars.
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Mr. Green was a great teacher. He teaches through examples which some people have a hard time wiyh. His exams are tough but he genuinely wants his students to succeed. If he sees that you are putting in effort than he will do everything he can to help you understand the confusing subject of physics. Super funny guy and one of my favorite teachers at North Andover High.

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He is just an awesome guy and has a really good attitude towards how he runs his classes. The only problem is when he explains things he rambles so he's kind of hard to follow at times- but he's always willing to help so overall he's a good teacher.

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VERY Helpful

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Lets give newton a call. L.O.L. Mr. Green is an awesome teacher, he really cares about how his students are doing. I had a hard time with physics when I first began the class, so I came for extra help whenever I needed it. He engraved the concepts into my mind until I fully understood it. If you have mr. green he is very tough, but thank your luck stars that you have him.

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the best physics teacher in the school(not just because he's the only one). he actually makes physics phun! the class isnt that hard if you actually pay attention in his class. hes always willing to stay after and help, but ou have to put in a show of effort first. a very nice guy, he considers traching to be a hobby, and not a job. basically holds the class as if it was a college class

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very hard subject, but he teaches it very well. He has no problem staying after to help those who dont understand and he has a real passion for the subject. same schedual for each chapter, but I liked it. all he expects back from students is that you try hard and show respect. really nice man.

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Wonderful teacher If you dont senior slack and have some brains. but for nitwits this class is hard. This guy is a total adorable goof. He is the greatest teacher i know. I respect him so much. And downright goofy to look at. But his class schedule does get a little worn out never the end of the year. I loved the class.

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He is a wonderful teacher! Very fair and very helpful! An all around good guy!

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Let's do some physics! Gotta call up Newton...

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really cool guy. really hard subject

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I LOVE THAT DOODS DANCE!!!!!!

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I love Mr. Green. Even though he STILL gets my name wrong, he made physics actually pretty fun for me. He's understanding and patient...a great teacher!

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nice- but rambles too much

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the best physics teacher our school has ever had.

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Physics rules under this guy. Awsome work experience, plethora of knowledge about his field

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Flat out good teacher

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