Mr. Hoffman, in my opinion, doesn't know much about what he's teaching. He just repeats what we already read in the textbook. Also, before every test, we play games to go over the material. However, most of the topics we've never even heard of before! Mr. Hoffman is very disorganized when it comes to remembering what he did teach and what he didn't, which could be a contributing factor to us not knowing the material. I definitely would not recommend him as a teacher.
He is the nicest teacher I have ever had. Everyone who has him should be soo happy.
I'm a sophomore in high school now, and Mr. Hoffman is hands-down one of the best teachers I've ever had. He keeps his class interesting and it's very easy to get a good grade in his class because he is good at his job. As long as you're involved and you do homework, you're guaranteed at least a 95. Stay on his good side though, because if you get him mad, HE GETS MAD. But really, this should be your best class or you've got a serious issue.
no way no how no good
I like mr. Hoffman. Helpful and fun teacher.
Mr hoffman is my middle school social studies teacher and he is one of the best teachers ive ever had in my life. He is so smart and le always askes on how he can be better.
Mr. Hoffman is a very good guy. He has a very bad temper, and usually is hard to the students but as you ge to know him you understand him more. He's practically one of my favorite teachers.
mr. hoffmann is the man. he loves and cares about the kids, and i think he is the best influence on these kids today
Hoff WAS cool until he gave me a week of lunch detention even though it was my first time late... and you only like people who play lacrosse and whatnot
I haven't learned anything at all in your class, and the only reason you don't like me is cuz i don't play lacrosse!! you definately favor the boys too...
Can't understand you, you always have a mouth full of food. Swallow before you speak.
You yell but you get the job done fast nice but can get on childrens nerves
You are a good teacher but you never really explain anthing on projects.