I had this teacher at Lake Braddock. Teaching methods were ok. He would have rated higher if he could keep students more interested, such giving a little more history as well as real world application. Most of the class (trig/precalc) was mechanics only, with time to review book examples. My geometry teacher, by comparison, would inspire students by showing how math evolved to its current state, mnemonics and better visual descriptions, plus very clear explanations of the basics.
Push the Pencil...The Big "R"...teacher with most lasting impact
God he was an awesome teacher. Wishe he was still around. Had so many great quotes.
Is he great? True! He knows what he's talking about and he actually taught me Algebra, which is amazing. I wish I could have him for Calculus!
there is not a single dingle teacher better, he let us go to a and c lunch, he doesnt check homework, and he lets us watch awesome videos
My friend ahd him, and she really likes him. She only had 8 peeps in her class, and 3 were gone, so he let them go to A and C lunch cuz they had nothin to do.
Either you get it or you don't...but if you get it, you'll have the best year ever! If i could have him every year, I'd be in math heaven
The BEST math teacher I ever had (Precalc - 1995). You will fully understand if you pay attention. Made calculus at college a breeze.
omg.. i hated his teaching methods.. i didn't understand a thing in his classroom
YA Dum de dum Ya dum de dum.....HAHAHAAAAA Best Math teacher i'v had. No joke.
haha! this guy is definantely different! I hate his teaching method! Too hard to understand.
its not good, not bad, it exists. he is soo cool. i will miss him
very cool guy. answers question w/ true or false instead of yes or no.
Didn't understand him at all, but I wouldn't have listened anyway. 2cool! TRUE!