Had her for Spanish I. I agree with this review: " mean person, enjoys making fun of you for getting things wrong. not merciful, not helpful. but she does at least know her stuff."
She might be the hardest teacher in Strongsville, but she wouldn't give up on anyone. She's one of the nicest people in the school.
She makes you work for your grade and is somewhat hard but it seems like she's one of the few in the Spanish Department that actually knows how to teach.
mean person, enjoys making fun of you for getting things wrong. not merciful, not helpful. but she does at least know her stuff, unlike the rest of the dept.
Had her about 12-13 years ago - both for homeroom and spanish. Unlike her favorite students, I was not impressed, especially after minoring in spanish in college and seeing how spanish should be taught - more conversational, less lecture.
Mrs. Terbrack and Mrs. Ring are the reasons I became a Spanish teacher. Mrs. Terbrack needs to grow on you a little bit, but whether she does or not it is easy to see what a great job she does. I appreciate it even more now that I do the same job!
shess sooo old, she taught everyone here, this related to her teaching abilities, never gonna retire thinko, galithia
although she is a tough teacher, she is a wonderful one. we can't expect to be handed everything on a silver platter. she makes you work for your grades.
i love senora terbrack. i learned more from her than any other teacher. she is the best.
Having Mrs. Terbrack for spanish last year prepared me more than I ever imagined for my spanish classes in college. Because of her I want to teach spanish too!