Mr. Camillo teaches a hard class and even though he expects students to prepare themselves for tests and the AP exam, he definitely wants his students to get a good grade in his class. He offers test corrections and tons of extra credit to help boost grades, and his door is always open to talk about history or just about life. Amazing influence on me as a student in his class.
Scott Camillo is one of the best teachers I have ever had. I have since graduated from College, and had Scott as a teacher about 10 years ago. He still stands out in my memory as one of the most genuine and influential teachers during my time at SJC. I wrote an essay about him as part of my VTech college application. Take his courses. He will do right by your kids and give them the best education you could ask for. Great guy. Brilliant, Humble, Compassionate.
He definitely knows a lot but for AP at least he makes us rely on ourselves to learn. I guess this is the way for AP but other kids with Mr Egan the other teacher say the class isn't as hard and he actually teaches. I want to transfer out of Scott's class
Mr. Camillo is a very knowledgable teacher but chooses not to teach his students. When asking for help Mr. Camillo doesn't answer your question, he just confuses you even more. He assigns you too much notes for homework in which you do not use in class. When participating in seminars when you actively participate he gives you a lower grade for no reason.
Mr Camillo is fantastic teacher
really good teacher, good at explaining concepts and easy to understand, had a very good knowledge of the subjects he teaches
He is good at what he teaches because he engages you into to the conversation if you are somebody who drifts off in class you will learn to pay attention. He does prepare for the ap exam, however, listen when he says to review all the time, not for the reason of class but for the ap exam. It is not a hard class if you can pay attention annd at minuim do some reading before class( if in a bad situtation), always read when he says so, Hint:the internet is a good resources if used properly.
Mr. Camillo's teachings is very vague. He skips chapters at a time then goes back to them to add minor details which he will use to test and quiz the class on.When asked questions like 'For the test, will we have to study our whole notebook?' he will answer with 'Just know the important dates and whatnot,' knowing that the test will be on everything in the notebook.The main problem is the class isn't honors, nor AP and the whole class is freshmen yet he expects to have the same ability as 18s.
Scott was a good teach and pretty funny too. He helped a lot especially with the AP class, if it weren't for a good teach like him I would have failed the test.
Mr. Camillo is so cool and a great AP U.S. history teacher!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!