Average 2.99 based on 25 teacher ratings
Brad Pollock is a Science teacher at Arroyo High School located in El Monte, California and part of El Monte Union High School District. Brad Pollock's 25 teacher ratings contributes to Arroyo High School's ranking of 1,026 in California. Additionally, the average teacher rating at Arroyo High School is 4.12 stars.
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Very passionate teacher who delivers verbal and visual examples to help students understand.

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Easily one of the least motivated, least qualified, and least effective teachers at Arroyo High School. His teaching lacks clarity and he lacks the passion for teaching to be able to reach students. Uses class time for personal business.

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Needs to stay on task Mean, immature, would be better off with just textbook

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He's funny and very helpful when it comes to schoolwork. He's a great science teacher, and he talks alot at times too!

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Pretty good teacher. Needs to stop getting off task. Talks about soccer and his kids too much.

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pretty good

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He's not without his flaws but he can get the job done. You might have to do a bit of self study but if you pay attention, most of it should come naturally.

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kind of preverted and nerdy. he knows alot and gives long boring but informational lectures. He shows too many boring movies and his tests contain material he hasn't taught. But do ur wrk and u pass.

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He loves to embarrass and pick on people, but when you get the best score in his class and 100% on his final...he then sees you for who you are. He's aight. Too many boring movies and hw though! Ugh..

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Mr. Pollock...Man he likes to embarass people when they do something wrong. He locks everything up and is paranoid. Too many old boring movies. JungleLookingMan

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He teaches science relevant to the tests only half the time.... The other half is taken up by idle talk and crossword puzzles.

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Er...I guess he's an okay teacher. Most of the time I don't even understand him, but sometimes the info he tells us is really interesting.

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he is ok...doesnt teach sum dings that are goin 2 b on the test, but overall, it hardly boring in that class...talks about weird dings...

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Get some new science books! Thos things r older than me! Seriously pollock, you dont explain everything in ur class too clearly. if you did that people would h.

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Too clear!

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omg hes been everything! mechanic, butcher, teacher....

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I think you are probably one of the best science teachers i have ever had.

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talked about cd-copying (at least in summer 1999)

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GO BACK TO CANADA!!

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good teacher

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too empirical, not theoritical enough.

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Biased teacher

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your ok but u get crazy when sumone breaks your sh..

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