Average 3.15 based on 19 teacher ratings
Wendy Green is a Technology teacher at Marine Academy Of Science And Technology located in Sandy Hook, New Jersey. When comparing Wendy Green's ratings to other teachers in the state of New Jersey, Wendy Green's ratings are below the average of 4.3 stars. Additionally, the average teacher rating at Marine Academy Of Science And Technology is 3.85 stars.
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Wendy is actually very knowledgeable, but her class is better for students that are independent learners. She isn't very good at explaining things. Her rubrics and instructions are super confusing too and I've had professionals in engineering fields tell me tech writing isn't a thing.

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I think that she's a very good teacher, extremely knowledgeable, and just expects high-end results from high-end students.

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Ms. Green... good luck. You'll spend a lot of time doing really pointless projects that have really nothing to do with the class (she and others may say they come in handy in the end). She gives a lot of work and doesn't like to explain much. So... good luck

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She was terribly hard to communicate with, I never walked away from a conversation with her without wanting to bang my head against a wall. I think one of her main problems is that she doesn't help students when they do something wrong. She tells them they are wrong, but doesn't explain how to fix your problems or improve. The only thing I learned anything in her class was through blood, sweat, and tears, not because she taught me anything. Her class was a terrible experience.

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If you've experienced Ms. Green, then you know. If you haven't, you will soon. But make no mistake, her directions will be the clearest you've ever been given.

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Even though Ms. Green may have been hard and her impossible work, she has taught me a lot, and you will appreciate it later on in life! Grab hold of this opportunity, for she is a really smart and helpful woman! (you may not see it now, but appreciate it). Tech should be one of the classes that you spend most of your time on, but in the end its worth it. she is kinda funny, and really chill in TSA. JOIN TSA, SHE WILL LOVE YOU. don't aggravate her, and work your 100% for your grade will show it. good luck!

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Technology was absolutely the hardest class I have taken (asides from mattys english classes). Having said this, however, I must acknowledge that her projects have proven themselves very useful; especially the documentation for portfolios. Very hard class, but if you put the effort forth (trust me, its not much) to do well in the class, you will have fun.

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I think the reason freshman year is notorious for being so hard is because of her class. It's completely unreasonable for any high school student, nevermind an adjusting freshman, to be expected to do this much work this early in the year. Ms. Green's attitude and favoritism of certain random students doesn't help, either.

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one of the best teachers. a lot of people don't like her because she demands results.

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I think she is a pretty good teacher, she really tries to help me, and if i come to her for help she helps me even though sometimes i may not even know it. She may be strict but i think she is pretty niice! Some of the things she is teaching me sometimes seems silly but then it turns out to really help me out and then i feel silly for thinking it was silly to begin with. She really knows what she is doing for the most part, she may have off days but dont we all? I like how she makes us think and everything!

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Do I really even want to go there? She's incredibly smart, but not a great teacher. She's very unspecific and then expects you to fill in the blanks to what she wants. And don't even try to ask her a question; if you can wrest the answer out of her, it will be completely unrelated to what you asked. If you really want to get on her good side, join TSA. If not, just join the legoins that are fed up with her and her portfolios.

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Ms. Green has her days. She can be evil or nice. She teaches a lot and expects you to know it, though not everyone gets all of it. Also, her projects are lengthy and quite pointless.

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Too much work, not enough help, could really work on organization, and is definately annoying...

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honest person, expects more from you than you expect from yourself...

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A good person but an awful teacher

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Needs to grade fairly and is very mean. Way too much work to put on freshmen. I really do't like her.

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You got to work hard but you learn alot

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Marine Academy Of Science And Technology is located in Sandy Hook, New Jersey with an average teacher rating of 3.85 stars. When comparing Marine Academy Of Science And Technology's teachers to other teachers in the state of New Jersey, Marine Academy Of Science And Technology's teachers are below the average of 4.3 stars. Marine Academy Of Science And Technology ranks 386 amongst all High Schools in the state of New Jersey. Learn More