During conferences first semester she told my parents that i never spoke in class, so, naturally, with this information i did my best to branch out and start answering questions and making friends in class. No issue, right? Wrong. Then i became the "chachalaca" of the class and got to sit next to her for the remainder of the year. And she always poked fun at the hispanic kids in the class who didn't grow up knowing spanish. What did she know? She was Italian?
Too strict, though this wouldn't be as much of an issue if she weren't so rude to her students. She also, as previously said, recommends students to drop the class (in a mean way),as well as giving ridiculous homework
Needs to remember why she came into the teaching profession. Shaming students, arbitrary homework grading, etc is not helpful.
Nice lady. Enjoyed my time in her class.
I don't know why people say Mrs. Camber is so "mean." I have been in her class for one semester and had no problems with her. Somewhat tough class, but she is more than willing to help when needed.
She was a pretty tough teacher, but I don't remember her being mean. In fact, she was pretty patient with me. I thought she taught well.
I hated her class, yes she taught us a lot but overall she was just not a nice person, embarrassing students and making them feel bad is not a good way to teach.
Hard class, but worth it if you go into Spanish IV and V (easy). Camber can be really mean, though.