I had Mrs.Finzel for physics cp and she just reads off power pojnts really fast, gives us tons of worksheets and is absent a lot. Our class average on a test was 33%! Half of the class dropped out 2nd semester. The class is a complete mess...and the floor is always dirty. She's really nice and sweet though like Mrs.Clause.
So Mrs. Finzel, I had her for PLTW which is an engineering course. I learned 2 things from this class, she is definitely not an engineer and how to make CAD models from my boy Richard Velez on youtube. She doesn't really teach us at all, she reads power points and acts like she knows what she is reading, and makes (basically forces) the smart kids to come and teach us. She's a sweet lady, that Ms. Finz, but she really doesn't know how to teach.
She has NO idea how to teach, she just shows us power points and her class is chaotic
She doesn't know what she is teaching. Don't know why she is an engineering teacher
Mrs.Finzle has the BIGGEST heart in the world she is the nicest teacher to exist in this world:) the only down to this is she is not the beat at explaining nor teaching but still amazing!
Love her, she is a great teacher. She was my home instrution teacher for 2 years, and I'm going to miss her.
One of the nicest teachers i have ever had. She is like your nice grandma but her class is a little hard. sometimes she doesnt explain things fully but she really trys to help everyone
She loves her job, and she tries really hard; she just can't really explain things very well. She tries, but she doesn't really know how to respond to questions and quite often contradicts herself.
This woman has a heart of gold. Loves her students, loves her job. Full of nice things to say and always smiling. You really have to focus in her class, she's not "an easy A"
doesnt know how to explain algabra...i doubt she can explain chemisty either...but she's sweet.
She understands what she wants to say, but it comes out wrong. A little advice- figure the work out your own way and not the way she tells you. It's easier.
amazing woman, but might consider teaching another subject
I don't know about you guys, but I'm doing really good in her class with an A.:)
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