He is a very intelligent teacher, but his lessons can be fast paced at times. On the other hand, he will always help you if you need it, whether that is meeting with him during lunch or after school to clarify the material. I'm not a math type of person, but I find his lessons entertaining.
I think the Johnson is a good teacher for the people that already know the subject but for new people to the class it is very hard to keep up because he goes very fast. I do not think that he is very nice to his students and if he doesn't like you then he will make that very clear and known to everyone who takes his classes. He has also called students names before which is not the most professional thing to do. He is also very moody and it makes it hard to go to him for help sometimes.
A very knowledgable teacher; despite this, he moves incredibly fast and expects everyone to be on the same level as he is, we are not. He has been spiteful and mean in the past, but everyone has those days, this man would be better suited as a college professor.
Mr. Johnson has been here for more than twenty years, and I can see why. He is the best math teacher I have ever had, and he explains everything with such precision. He has no problem with helping kids out if they don't understand. He also keeps the class well under control. He can take jokes and dish them out. This, folks, is THE man.
Mr. Johnson's teaching style definitely has a targeted audience. When you are part of that audience he is one of the best teacher possible for math; however, if your learning style does not fit his te
Aside from having a vendetta with remainders calculators,he's one who not only has favorites,but is not too shy on expressing his favorites.If he likes you,you're good-otherwise,enjoy summer school
Don Johnson is a REAL teacher, unlike Liam Baum. He is pheonomenal and incredibly intelligent, unlike Liam Baum. He is, essentially, everything that Liam Baum is not.
the coolest republican you'll ever meet; He'll help you with your antiderivatives and beat you at arm wrestling... thanks Mr J.
Thank you Mr. Johnson..I didn't like math very much, but you explained it to me, and was alwayz there for me
Mr. Johnson was one of the greatest Math teachers I ever had...you stood up for me and made sure I always succeeded.