Average 3.71 based on 30 teacher ratings
Michael Greene is a Math teacher at Archbishop Mitty High School located in San Jose, California. When comparing Michael Greene's ratings to other teachers in the state of California, Michael Greene's ratings are below the average of 4.2 stars. Additionally, the average teacher rating at Archbishop Mitty High School is 4.09 stars.
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Had him for General Science (a class Mitty took out) freshman year. Was a nice guy but did NOT teach at all. Whenever I asked him a question he would answer back with another question. Homework was reasonable. It wasn't just him; General Science was a waste of a year and it didn't even count for college. Overall, Mr. Greene is not that helpful. Would not recommend.

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Overall the class was really easy; you can get a good grade without understanding the material. But with practically no AP test prep in class, getting a 5 on the AP exam without outside help is nearly impossible. Nice teacher who tries to make class fun, but not the most informative.

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Mr. Greene is a GOD. He knows literally everything about calc and comp sci, two of the chillest and most entertaining classes I've ever taken. His stories about his kids are really cute too!

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He does teach. Every class he goes over homework problems and explain concept in detail. Also, he is always open to questions and to meeting with you for help. Most people who say he doesn't teach don't pay attention in class.

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He didn't really teach anything in the class. There was basically no AP preparation. He's a nice guy, though. But, I'm pretty sure that at least 70% of his class failed the AP exam.

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One of the best teachers I had at Mitty. Greene knows the art of inspiring students in and out of the classroom.

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This past year of Computer Science with Mr. Greene was amazing. I look forward to seeing Mr. Greene next year in Robotics. :D

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Mr. Greene is an eccentric, yet brilliant man. I enjoy his hexagonal packing.

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He wasn't very healpful, and I'm sure he is a nice guy oputside of the classroom but inside the class I found it tough to really get in to it and do well with him as a teacher.

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A guy one must like as a person, but must hate as a teacher, as unhelpful and vague in class as out; the only positive experience was when I convinced him his yelling made me mess up a problem.

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all he does is yell at kids for no reason and tell you that he already went over the thing you are asking about. he is not very helpful at all and not a nice teacher.

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Great teacher (for programming). Incredibly laid back.

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I'm not a robotics kid, and I liked him...he's actually quite decent for a teacher, and he's extremely intelligent--some people don't see this--as well as laid back. We had an ongoing joke about my hw

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Mr. Greene was an awesome teacher. He really had a passion for math, and his sense of humor was hilarious. His was definitely one of my favorite classes.

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Mr. Greene is immature and disorganized. The only reason for his career choice, a teacher, is that he cannot stand anyone who intimidates him in any way. Everyone hates him except robotics kids.

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My favorite class

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Mr. Greene is an eccentric, yet brilliant man. I bathe in his profound sense of superfluity.

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Mr. Greene is an eccentric, yet brilliant man. I enjoy his arrogance.

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He's an interesting guy. Sometimes he's pretty hard to follow though. His thoughts jump around a lot.

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excellent class! first decent math teacher i've had since 6th grade. very approachable and makes an effort to help his students.

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Interesting sense of humor, and a genuinely friendly and helpful person. He was a great geometry teacher!

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An occasionally arrogant, but genuinely friendly and helpful person. A great teacher.

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he is really funny and cool but he gives to much homework and is very hard. Especially on his tests

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mr. greene is so cool. one of my favorite classes. lots of fun

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Great teacher, great coach, funny jokes

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great teacher! has his own unique style and it is great to be in his class!

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Awesome teacher and coach, people who don't get his jokes are just too dumb

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Bad Teacher, Bad Jokes, Usual Cal-Techy, tries to be funny but can't

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