I had Mr. Miller back in the eighties, and to be honest I failed his class sophomore year. But that was nothe on him as a teacher it was all my fault for not being the student I could have. He is still one of the teachers I say did the most for me and is in my top 3 whenever anyone asks who was my favorite all-time teacher. And to prove this point after failing his class sophomore year I was more than excited to find out I would be having him again junior year. I did not waste his time or mine.
Mr. Miller is great due to his apperent understanding that he too is still a student of the world and engages in learning with his class rather than simply teach to them.
Mr. Miller seems unwilling to teach. He expects you to have complete understanding and gets annoyed when people are confused. At least three people have dropped biotech because of his poor attitude.
L4 bio was one of my favorite classes. The daphnia and invertebrate projects were great . Props to him for brining us on two field trips to boston.
Looking back at Bio, this man taught me more about life than anyone else. Such a good teacher, but his L4 classes are no breeze so be prepared to work!
haha what can i say about Mr. Miller? he is very strange but an awesome teacher who really cares about his students
He's very nice, and the class is interesting. However, he tends to be vague with due dates.
Nicest person you will ever meet, fascinating class, highly recommend