Average 2.78 based on 18 teacher ratings
Melisse Dansereau is a History teacher at Milton High School located in Milton, Massachusetts and part of Milton School District. Melisse Dansereau's 18 teacher ratings contributes to Milton High School's ranking of 269 in Massachusetts. Additionally, the average teacher rating at Milton High School is 4.32 stars.
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I think Ms. Dansereau was a fabulous teacher. Because she had actually lived in Europe, China, and now the US I feel it really benefited my view of history. She really took the time to make it interesting.

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At Newman Prep she was AWESOME! She played Floor Hockey against us, She had GUTS! Miss u Miss D. The Shemps RULE!

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i had her twice in high school- freshman and junior years- and each time was bad...she tried too hard to seem cool in front of her students that teaching took a back seat...ridiculously easy class though

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It is evident that Ms. Dansereau is a very intelligent woman and knows her history. However, I don't believe that teaching is for her since she was the NASTIEST woman that I met throughout my high school career.

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Ms. D may not be the best teacher but she tries to be the best person she can be and she helps her students to be that as well. You don't have to like her but at least respect her.

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Whoever gave Mrs. Danserau the impression that she was a good teacher, that she was polite, or a history notebook god should be dragged out into the street and shot.

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I like Ms. Dansereau. She's a nice lady who cares about her job. I don't see why people are mad at her.

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She is one of the worst teachers i have ever had. She should be fired. Interactive notebooks are a joke. It's like a kindergarden class with arts and crafts!

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5 words: SHE IS THE BEST TEACHER!

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She ditch school when MY NOTEBOOK WAS DUE! I can't stand her! By far the WORST teacher ever!

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is it me or does she lie about everything?

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Acts cool, really not. She should be a manners teacher or something, cuz she obviously can't teach history. Horrid teacher, we dont learn much.

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How can everyone complain that she assigns pointless work??? When typing up note you have to reiterate the things in your mind so you remember.

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the problem with Ms.D is that she is sooooo nice sometimes, but other times,she can be really mean, and doesn't really know what she is talking about, and she contradics herself. The class is mostly fun because we just talk, other thatn when taking notes.

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Ms. D needs to understnd that once you're in freshman ewc honors classes you're SUPPOSED to be challenged. Eigth grade history was harder than her INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK! She seems like a great teacher for juniors, but all we do is finger paint in her class

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She makes us do pointless work that will never help us in the long run

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Ms. Dansereau is a horrible teacher. She is just incredibly annoying and she is rude to students. She thinks she is so cool but she isn't at all. I'm sick of her attitude. She makes you afraid to voice your opinion. I don't think that's a good teacher.

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