Pretty chill but condescending guy. He's kinda funny sometimes. Although he can be a little rude, there isn't one question about calculus that he CANT answer, which is what matters the most. Students always do well on the AP tests so I would say he's a good teacher. I like his analogies. His personality may make him unapproachable but he's always willing to help.
Greg Johnson is one of the top 3 teachers I experienced in my entire 12 years in the GPPS. His knowledge of math is outstanding and he conveys this to his students.
Greg Johnson is one of the smartest teachers in the district. He knows his stuff and, even if his lectures are hard to understand, he is approachable. You can always ask for help and he'll show you mu
If you have him for calc, you will realize he is one of the smartest teachers in the district
He is the worst teacher EVER! I had him for 10th grade and I wanted to drop out and get a new teacher. Because of him i got C's and D's that brought down my grade point
if you pay enough attention to catch his hidden jokes and sarcasm, he is quite entertaining. as a teacher he is close to the best i had so long as you can keep up.
i had him for computers...he was absent like half the time haha but let us talk and play games as long as we got our work done. also told us what to do if we couldnt get it
he's a fricken genious, but obviously we're not all geniouses, and he should slow down a little for us sometimes, but he's a real nice guy
Doesn't answer questions. Assumes students already know the new, hard material. Doesn't really teach, but the students do good on teh AP test so must be doing something good? :-\
one of the best math teachers at north. He is very helpful and respect all students
Nice, however kind of boring. I would like to do more things in this class other then the same thing everyday. Overall good though.
Very easy to understand, one of the better Math teachers at North