Seriously the hardest teacher I have ever had. Without a doubt, the hardest and trickiest tests to date that I've taken. Stew is a very intelligent woman, but here intelligence makes it hard for her to know when her students are struggling on new and difficult topics. She speeds through lessons everyday and can be kind of rude when people ask questions. She can sometimes be nice to you though...
She can be a bit "much" sometimes, but if you enjoy science then you'll love her class. Truly intelligent woman, and she could probably teach everything there is about chemistry. Her labs and demonstrations are so cool! And if you need help, she will literally be at school for as long as you need. I sometimes see her still in her room at 5 pm! Now that's dedication!
Terrible. She's impossible to understand because she mumbles so much.Sheteaches things like once and you are expected to master it. Doesn't help when you don't have any textbooks and the notes she gives you are not helpful at all. She also never has her eyes open.
Good teacher, she loves what she's doing, but kind of hard to understand sometimes. And the labs are beast
she is nice and pretty easy, just keep track of ur completed hw bc she forgets to grade it
Difficult to communicate with, especially at high school level. Not organized. Do not question her teaching style. Tends to react w/aggressive behavior.
I had Stew for Honors and AP Chem. She is an amazing teacher. hands down. If you want to learn, you will. But, if you cheat off others and goof off the whole year, you really can't expect that "A"
Totally awesome. This woman works hard and obviously loves what she does.
Mrs. Stewart was the primary reason that I became a teacher. Many students who are slackers find her to be difficult, but true students will learn a lot.
Causes an uncomfortable learning environment by being unjustly hostile toward students. Afraid to ask questions in class