She's a pretty average history teacher, not bad but nothing special.
Ms. Green is very knowledgable about history but sometimes fails to relay the information in a direct way. Sometimes very unclear and vague, very difficult to follow her. Feels like class time is often wasted, and stands and lectures most class periods. She is very nice, and will stay after school to help if you ask. Although she is very disorganized, I learned a good deal from her class.
I think that Green can be a really great teacher for her Jr. and Sr. classes, but she can't deal with rowdy freshmen or kids that just don't care about learning very well at all. She's had a few freak outs on us and so it's obvious she becomes stressed easily. She can be very nice and understanding, but watch out for when things get ugly. Also, she doesn't have a very good way of making the things she teaches stick. You really have to try, which is not a bad thing, but it can be annoying.
Even though she can be really confusing, Ms. Green knows a lot about what she teaches. I have her for Academy of Finance, and it's been a really good class. She gets her point across, even if it takes a while.
she was the best! very disorganized, but love her! she was such an awesome teacher and a great friend!
Very nice teacher, students should get to know her more and maybe talk to her after school for help. Really indeed a helpful teacher
Ms. Green is probably one of the nicest and caring teacher ever. However, she is quite boring and never gets around to grading anything!!!
Most boring history teacher ever, nothing compared to Mcardle and Hale.