CCHA Class of 2012 here.....
I dual enrolled full time at Florida Gulf Coast University senior year. At the end of JUNIOR year, when she's was signing all of our senior year math course forms, she called me up because it wasn't my turn. I said I didn't have the form because I wasn't there along classes at Cape next year. She told me Oh that's not a very good idea.
I graduated from Florida State in 3.5 years and own am a year from my Masters and I'm a structural engineer.
Loved math since I was a kid, have had no trouble with it. Her exams are insanely difficult and normally (though she says otherwise) aren't related to the homework very closely. They usually consist of a few (~15) questions that take an extended amount of time to solve and can rarely be done correctly in one class period.
The material isn't very hard, either; she tends to make it more difficult than it needs to be. I've learned to not pay close attention in class and teach myself at home.
Gets angered very easily. Obsessed with Disney. Teaches the material well but only teaches for 10 minutes. She's in love with a tablet named Moby. She'll want to make you commit homocide
Favoriteeessss for sure
I used to love math, and she has single-handedly turned my positive notions concerning mathematics down the toilet. Perhaps I might try being a vandal or a vagabond now.
1.) Starts lectures 20 minutes before class ends.
2.) Plays favorites.
3.) Assigns homework on topics that were discussed for 2 minutes - you have to self teach yourself at home.
4.) Mr. Moby is not real.
Seriously if I have to get up and spin the wheel one more time, I'm gonna blow a gasket. Treats her students like children. Painfully obvious she has favorites.
she taught very well, she had her favorites. if you were nice and sweet to her and did your work she would leave you alone and let you get away with a lot of stuff.
She got terribly offended when I wanted to switch out of her class because it was just too rediculously easy. Learned the material in 2nd grade, so many projects she may as well teach art.
i'm about to graduate college, no thanks to her...but i can describe her in one word: condesending
Very helpful teacher when learning math, teaches it well. Has obvious favorites though, and does treat students like 8 year olds. It's frusterating not being able to help another.
Had miss Mig back in 91/92 as jun/sen.She tried to make things hands on when she could (parabolas-wax paper). I now teach HS math. thank you miss mig, RA btw you are children
Mrs. Mig doesn't need to associate with her students as friends, she is there to teach and guide her students and she does her job very well compared to other m
She was great in the beginning of the year, but then she got lazy I guess, and she would yell if someone said they didn't understand the whole concept.
Held obvious grudges against some students; refused to let students help each other during class, made us come back to her desk and wait in line for help.
Mrs. Mig is the best teacher.. I hate math and she makes it so much better! :)
I understood some things until she re-taught them, treats us like children.