Really nice and caring person, but he is simply stuck in the last generation of teaching. He goes through everything, but often cannot convey his message in a clear and meaningful way. He also makes simple mistakes in his lessons, averaging about 3-4 per class that others must correct him on. I've found the difficulty of our only grades, tests, to be much harder than examples done out and the homework assigned. I back this up with a low class average without a scale in sight. Use Khan Academy.
Mr. Normant is a great guy. He means well and has nothing against any of his students. His teaching skills are subpar. I had him junior year for Precal H and senior year for Calculus AB AP. I like him as a person, but I found his courses to be very challenging due to the teaching style. When the material was presented in a different way by KhanAcademy or by a friend, it was fairly straight forward.
Ol' Johnny Stache...Good person, means well, but his teaching skills are poor.
He means well, but can't deliver. His control over the class is often strained, and he has trouble keeping the class average above a C-. Precalc with Normant is not the best.
he's a real nice guy but mostly just does the examples from the book on the board. If you are determined to do well and learn you can be successful but don't expect him to guide you through the class
One of the best teachers i've ever had... he takes time from the beginning to make sure that we get all the help we need. great guy. similar to a simpsons char.
Normant's class may be a bit confusing but how can Calculus not be? He's wikkid helpful if you see him for extra help.