Mr. Kalish was my 7th grade science teacher. The year was 1989.
Attention to detail. First life lesson on taking meticulous notes. We were not instructed but rather inspired to do so. Take pride in your work.
An introduction to the world's greatest recordings of classical music.
What it means to have passion. What does that look like? How does one stand up for things they believe in?
An inspiring, unorthodox, subversive genius.
There were also some things about science I believe.
He would always go of topic
Definitely one of the most memorable teachers you will have. You have to work in his class, but it's so, so worth it. Mr. Kalish is quirky at most times, but his teaching method is effective and he's
sells good soda, he can teach, and achknoledges the fact thats hes not funny
I like Mr. Kalish, he is really funny and makes science really interesting.
to me hez sux hez jokes r corny and u neva noe wen hez gnna go "serious teacher" on ya. i cant wait until i get to 9th grade (he only teachez 7 and 8 grade)
stop w/ the corny jokes and long homeworks..... i cant help but falling asleep during science. - 7th grader
Really wants students to become successful in life and tries to set out frameworks for this.
so halarious, but y does he always give checks 2 Raymondz jokez?!?!<they rnt funny> - 7th grader
hes the man all his jokes are funny his friend harry is cool too. the best teacher in the wrld