Ms. KC is a super friendly and quirky teacher. If you go to her for extra help, shes always willing. Yeah she does pick favorites which sucks if you arent her favorite, but overall if you are simply nice and seem any way interested in the subject (I took stat) she will show you some slack. If you ask for extra credit, likelihood is that she gives it to you! Overall I loved her, i finished the course with an A and it was by far the easiest math course ever. I LOVE YOU MS. KC!!
If you ask a question to her, she will tell you to talk to another classmate for help. She can't teach or explain/ articulate her words. Most of the people in my class were getting Cs and she ended up having to add 2 or 3 free points to every test just to make our class average okay. She doesn't really know what she's doing and she is really loony. She's a nice person overall but it's annoying when she calls you by nicknames.. AKA adding a "y" yo the end of your name. All in all, bad teacher
Very nice person and is always willing to help extra. I like her as a person, but as a teacher I constantly find that she doesn't quite know how to teach us the material. I also have found that on multiple exams she hasn't taught us proper concepts.
For some reason, she seems to really dislike a few of her students. I shut up in class, work hard and even got a 100% on my midterm this year. Ms. Caruso still seems to have a personal vendetta against me. In addition, there is always a mistake on the homework; like the answer isn't what it should be. I know not everything can be planned out, but really. Honestly, I think she could be a nice person to meet. I have nothing against her in that respect. I just wanted her to like me. :(
She is one of the worst teachers that I have ever had. She doesn't know her materials at all and often asks the class for help doing even the simplest math problems (e.g 8+6, no joke). She is not nice and actually makes fun of students sometimes. I feel really bad if you get her as a teacher and if you do, switch out immediately. If you don't switch, make sure to get on her good side.
nice to you, doesnt know how to do math, boring classes, won't let you correct her, etc.
very nice person but i have to say most of her students are better at math than she is. not a good experience, she doesnt listen to students very well and you do not learn much at all
Doesn't know math, talks down to you for getting an answer wrong, will give you a bad grade just because she doesn't like you. If you don't want to feel like bashing your head against a wall every math class, switch out immediately.
I don't know why people think she teaches, the only way to learn is to go for extra help, then she will actually tell you what the hell is going in class
She means well, and tries to teach her students to the best of her ability. Unfortuanetly, she has little, and it make it very difficult to do well in her class.
I have her as a freshman math honors teacher, and i personally find her completely incompetant in what she teaches us. She doesn't seem to know the material we cover, uses other teacher's materials in class, and is unable to clarify questions. Before tests, she sometimes will do a review, and teach you the wrong things, confusing the whole class. IF you ask questions to clarify material, she think of you as being incompetent. Must rely solely on textbook to maintain an A average
she is a good teacher. easy class and well-taught. she tries to enjoy the class. excellent teacher overall.
She's generally a nice lady, except when she decides she doesn't like you. A bit spacey and unclear, but she teaches imp the way it should be taught. nice lady.
A nice person, but get on her good side or your done.
Ms. Kanter is so nice...Sometimes things in class are confusing but if you come during x-block...see will help you......