This woman knows Spanish but has a bad way of explaining it to her students. Half the time she's either putting on her make-up, talking about irrelevant stories/topics, or working on cheer activities. She also takes forever to grade papers making it hard for students to either know whether to bring their grade up or not. This is also a downfall since she often inputs test grades in close to report card deadlines making it nearly impossible to bring your grade up. Overall, very poor.
Very poor teacher. Often lets her personal beliefs rule the class in the form of random life lessons that have nothing to do with Spanish (her discussions range from 'aliens' to 'I can't stand men who wear those shoes'). She takes, on average, one month to grade a test, and is very forgetful, perhaps due to preoccupation with cheer responsibilities. Very condescending and arrogant. Practically the polar opposite of Sr. Ganahl, whose in-class activities actually reinforced the concepts he taught.
This teacher is very rude to students that she does not favor. She has a sarcastic attitude towards students she does not like. FAVORITISM is a MAJOR play in her class. Also, cheerleaders>you. She also is a major hypocrite. Guys, I am sorry if you have to have her. In the beginning of the year, for the first couple weeks, she will be nice and sweet, and say that the people who did not like her failed, but in reality her behavior and personality was the real reason!
Nothing really nice to say about this lady. Favoritism displayed year-round. Lets her opinions/life-lessons intrude with her teaching ability, if any.
Hard class with a lot of notes/classwork, but you need to power through this because this class teaches you the most about Spanish at Centennial (1-2 is easy stuff, 4 is just review). Fun activities throughout the year, and although Spanish is mandatory 2nd semester, that's where you need to learn to know how to have fun! Whether my classmates and I spoke fluent or broken Spanish, Mrs. Myerly will help you say it the right way. Keep up with the work and this class will be a lot of fun
She is a good teacher, but her personality can be condescending and she shows a lot of favoritism. For whatever reason, there are just certain students that she likes and some that she doesn't, regard
Very good teacher. She actually teaches and explains thoroughly. She may be strict and a little arrogant, but she helps a lot.
She is an ok teacher but she sometimes acts a little stuck up and arrogant. It does affect how she treats some people but doesn't really affect her teaching.
she's whatever... pretty strict... take advantage of the first semester because the second one is a total l8 i c h...
myerly is great. hard class though (AP spanish lit) she is strict only b/c she wants you to learn and take it seriously
She's critical, but teaches unneccesary information. Her opinion is constantly getting in the way of her teaching and she holds grudges. This isn't the best personality trait for a teacher.
So awesome! Critical and always is 100% honest. Tells the truth! How many people actually do that? Always puts a moral about life in her lessons and teaches well, too.
If you are a CHEERLEADER you will love her!! Other than that expect the entire squad to be there and THEY are more important than YOU!
She was a neat-o teacher, and also very nice. That is, if you get on her good side.
shez one of the best spanish teachers i've ever had....