She cannot truly relate what she knows to the class. She relies on students to figure stuff out for themselves, which is not necessarily a bad thing, but she does so insofar as to let some students slack off and give them extra work days (compsci 2 GT). She should not do this, but dock off points for turning in late work. The class should also be more cooperative rather than individuals working on computers. The material is definitely interesting to code, but the social experience is lacking.
Take her class if you want an easy A in a GT or AP class. If you actually want to learn computer science, buy a book.
She just isnt a very good teacher. Very slow paced and you can get an A learning very little. Maybe its because most of the sudents that take her class are pretty dumb...
Personally she never really taught me anything, but she still is a nice teacher. In AP comp sci she lets you take the tests a week late if you need. Also, halo for 2 weeks after the ap test. Hell yea?
if you like/are good at compsci she's awesome. otherwise you probably shouldn't take her class anyway.
i love ms. contney she's my favorite teacher. always willing to help you, and she actually cares about her students. it might take her a little while to figure something out, but its hard subject.
Honestly, don't expect to have Comp Sci fed to you, its difficult material and Mrs. Contney does have a strong background in Computer Science but expect to get more help from your peers than her.
doesn't kno anything about circuits, can't help with many problems--nice teacher though
a teacher who can't help you. she really gotta work on clarity issue. half of the class turn in late cuz they cant find the folder and due date
She has a bad rap. Not the greatest teacher, but helpful and willing to work with you. Take Mariano if you can.
unfortunately there's no zero. i mean one should actually have to do SOMETHING to get a one
*snicker* well, original, to say one thing. Doesnt seem to know the material that well, still learning. Ask someone in your class that's smart.