She's definitely a kind and understanding teacher, and her exams are predictable and fair. But as a student whose class performance depends heavily on the teacher and their attitude, I had trouble in this class junior yr b/c other classes with more demanding teachers required me to work harder, and I didn't learn much all yr besides completing 5 problems per lesson without developing an understanding of the concepts or anything besides how to plug variables into a formula.
She is a decent teacher and is overall nice, but if she has predjudices against random students for no justifiable reason. Her tests have also gotten harder this year, but her depth of teaching has not followed suit.
She's really nice and willing to help, not to mention she makes her tests very straightforward, but I wouldn't say she's the best at teaching. She doesn't thoroughly go over things unless you specifically ask her to in class, and it seems like she mostly expects you to read the textbook or do practice problems in order to understand what's going on.
If you want to do well, then read the textbook, do the practice problems, and participate in class.
Impossible to not get A in her class. Does not matter how much you do in class you still get A. Life is good.
I didn't like her because she isn't very clear on her subject and most kids in ny class would not recommend taking her class.
She might not be the teacher for you if you love physics, but if it's not your thing and you don't plan to take AP, be excited. Yes, class gets boring. Yes, I've never stayed awake through an entire video. Yes, she's not the best teacher. But she provides you with all the information you need to learn the material, her tests are easy but not stupidly so, and I've never felt completely lost in the class (or if I have, a bit of studying clears everything up). Plus, she's ADORABLE.
Horribly confusing, gets extremely angry when people have issues grasping concepts. Has obvious favorites.
Definitely has to get her own kids' TV show. Really sweet, really funny, REALLY easy. But not completely corruptible; she still takes her job seriously, so don't expect to get away with cheating or blatant grade-grubbing. I hear the other classes covered a little more ground than us, but we were more than prepared for the final and I think I learned more than I ever cared to know about physics.
Should get a stint for a Pixar movie. Has very quirky teaching methods. Easiest Physics teacher, if you pay attention and do at least 50% of your work. Extremely nice - and often taken advantage of because of this (future students, please do not do that). Not the most amazing teacher in terms of clarity and enabling a true grasp of the material, but always willing to help. Overall: wonderful, lovely, thank the stars you have her.
she will make physics easy for you, despite what you heard. you can get her to do anything, like move test dates, etc
Very nice, always will help you out, goes slowly enough. I'd almost volunteer to take science with her (ha!).
Hilarious and sweet. She genuinely cares about her students and wants them to do well. She will put in that extra oomph that most teachers don't have.
ms roque is awesome, patient and really worries when you're in trouble...i intern for her and she really wants ppl to do well--gives ex credit a loooot
Ms Roque is sweet. And she has a sweet voice like a lullabye (making it difficult to stay awake). But she's cool. I like her.
Ms. Roque is just a plain nice person, and definitely the best of the physics teachers. She won't let you get by so easily on the exams, so remember to study up.
Ms. Roque is nice, caring, and has a wicked sense of humor. Just remember to actually study for the quizzes, or you'll get schooled.