Most influential teacher I had in high school, although I didn't realize it at the time. I always thought he was cool though, and still do!
dry-teaching, will never get everybody quiet at once, and he needs to elaborate more on the concepts
Quite possibly the best teacher I had at Berkner. His personal anecdotes were the best.</p></p>Class of '01
Great guy, excellent businessman. Social club is a hit. His classes are fun. He's a funny guy, misunderstood because of his lime disease. XGreenBaret! OMG!
it doesnt really help when you talk about history all the time and using NUM instead of just a regular X! how bout less power pointing and more labs?
He whines too much about his personal life and then tries to tie in his personal problems with the Internet or something relating to the class. Horrible!
One of the most interesting people i've ever met, not in a bad way either. i like him and his thinking style, and hes a pretty good teacher too
he thinks he invented computer programs and can't teach at all. WIth him and his son there, the computer science dept. sux
Brought destruction upon the bag of Allen of the Hutchings. Typically goes off on a rambling in class, reducing the overall courseload. Very informative.
Decently jovial, in return for his teaching he asks for silence but will never get it. Expect upwards of 2 quizzes a day, delicious meat nonetheless.
Mr. Schram is a cool guy, but he's not very helpful in teaching so much. He can teach for his class semi-well, but not for certification exams.
He needs to teach better tutorials so he can elaborte better on some stuff, other than that, he's cool.
Friendly and helpful... fun classes. good atmosphere. and all without feeling like a waste of time.