spends half the classtime outside the classroom doing who-knows-what, extremely boring class. doesn't teach at ALL, only cares about his ceramics classes. You know how sometimes you get a sub who doesn't know or care anything about the subject? That's him for the entire year. no source of inspiration whatsoever, "just copy sentences from the textbook and draw little pictures next to it, AND DON'T GO OVER 2 PAGES~" for the entire year. He's the only person who's ever made art miserable for me.
He doesn't really teach, just tells you what to do, but he's a great person. His southern accent is charming and he treats everyone with respect unless you're disrespectful. Plays country music that will either grow on you or put you in misery but luckily you get to bring in your ipod! Super chill too, doesn't care if he catches you with your phone out as long as you don't do it again. Don't slack, we all have artistic abilities but he knows we aren't Michael Angelos.
had him 2nd semester freshmen year. easiest and chillest class ever.
O'Shields is great. He can be strict, but that's if you really push his buttons. Told us alot of funny stories too.
what in the world??! how does o'shield have 2 rating?? he's soo chill.
he has no idea what he is doing. honestly, he does NOT prepare you for the AP test. you better study on your own if you want to pass.
THE BEST!!! When your the type of student to fool around and not pay attention, you won't like the class.
he has no idea what he is teaching. he is extremeley unorganized and not qualified to teach art or art history.
he's a really awesome teacher but doesn't teach too well. he has potential though
doesn't really prepare you that well for AP art history. however, very chill, laid back and fun!! the radio and tv is always on.. but gives u lots of busy hw
Pottery is not exactly the ideal degree for teaching Art History AP>