he is iincredibly bias and if you dont agree with his i ideas he hates you and he takes small things llike missing his class for a field trip personally his class is easy though and tests are not har
weirdest, most questionable teacher i have EVER met... easy class, bizarre man
NOT A FAN...such a werido...easy class, but so not a fan
not a fan... plays favorites, has never heard of flexibility
i love how he has a hand guesture for everything. hes alright hes just sooooo weird
honors class is easier than college prep, I recommend taking honors since it's college prep information with more notes and clarification on everything.
great teacher. he has his quirks but if you understand him you will love his class. he's my favorite teacher i've had throughout high school and he taught me history very well. great guy, very sincere
At first, you will enjoy his hope for your success. Eventually, Mr. Infantino will become so odd, so strange, and so annoying, that his class will bore you and by 2nd semester, you won't like him anymore.
I used to love his class until he sacrificed us to a student teacher who could NOT teach. By him doing this it showed he really didn't take our education seriously. Very insulting and disappointing.
Mr. Infantino was an awesome teacher! I had him at AMS and AHS. The only one who got me to be the slightest bit interested in history. Inspirational! Relaxed and easy going. Class of '94.
Probably one of the better teachers out there...he inspired me to go into my current career--he's not easy, but he's good
Mr. Infantino is so awesome...and not too bad on the eyes ;)
His phase five class isn't at all difficult, he is creative, interesting and motivating in his teaching style. I have to recommend him.
Word to the Wise-- Mr. Infantino is by far one of the best History teachers you will learn from in High School or College (AHS class of 2000)
What a pretentious guy. Not a good teacher of history, just talks about his ideas and interests.
Once you realize that he says "Um" every other word you'll never learn anything. Tells the same stories over and over.
As far as history goes, he raises some decent debate. However, might he display a degree of favoritism to the point of obnoxiousness?
He was a good teacher, in my opinion (even if most of his teachings were about politics and not about history). I certainly enjoyed all of our in-class debates.
Very nice guy. Quite helpful. Always good to talk to--albeit not about history ;o)