Ok, I honestly do NOT like this teacher. If you are in his MUN class like I am, you will notice he has favorites. If you are not one of his favorites, I guarantee you will not get any of the topics you had in your top 5 choices. It is honestly so unfair and biased. Also, his quizzes are the worst. You literally have to memorize every minute detail. And his Rosenworld is absolute bs. He never updates it properly and blames it on us. If you get him, god bless ur soul man.
Mrs. Rosenburg is a great teacher and is really fun, the only thing is that you can never ask questions without being shot down quickly. He will never admit that someone answerd his question correctly.I scared to participate.
Mr. Rosenberg is an easy-going teacher; however, watch out for passing in assignments. Unless you want him yelling across the room, tell him if you can't turn it in because if you write your name after the "fair warning," have fun. Out of all the history teachers I've had, he is by far the best in the sense that his lectures keep you interested as far as history lectures go. One more thing to keep in mind is that any future students should have a log of their turned in assignments. Grades late.
I had Rosenburg a while ago, and luckily I had him right after lunch, or I don't know how I could have done well on the daily quizzes. The amount of detail needed to get all the questions on the quizzes right is enormous! You need to know the number of provinces in 17th century countries, the years people were born and died, the lakes on the map, etc... However, I did well because I utilized his Extra Credit option (for ninth graders), and ended up with a high A.
His tests and quizzes are unreasonably difficult. To get a 100% on a quiz you basically have to memorize every tiny detail. He may be a funny at times, but being in his class is stressful and horrible.
It can be seen that he is very knowledgeable on the history of our world and also the United Nations. Sadly that is about it that I can say that is not negative.
Very funny and knowledgeable but has the worst grading system. Small things like homework or even the syllabus are worth 100 points. His way of taking participation points is horrible, and he bases most of his grading on correctness, not for doing.
He never updates ABI, he takes forever to grade, and is hella specific on his quizzes. He is nice, but that is really all.
He's fun, but he talks too fast in lectures and his tests are pretty difficult. However, he's really smart and logical.
beginning of the year and i already notice he plays favorites, also when he assigns homework he doesnt really clarify what to do, he usually just throws the homework at you
As a teacher in lectures h
Takes forever to put grades up and doesn't care much for students but he has great lectures and I learned a lot in both his MUN and AP euro class. He has favorites but its easy to become one if u want
Umm, how about actually grading the tests that we had at the start of the year? It takes him eons to actually put something into ABI. 2-3 months on average between grade updates. Seriously man?
Had a tough year in history because of him. Loves to play favorites, absolutely LOVES to. And yeah, he's funny (or tries to be), but is that what a teacher is really there for? Biased. Bad lectures.
Excellent lectures and a lot of great jokes. Excellent curriculum incorporating fun activities, such as the French Revolution play. His class makes history fun and easy to learn and remember.
he's a great speaker but he's can't do jackdiddlysquat when it comes to grades and tests. He's denied my friend a rightful "A-" grade for three months (and counting!) and keeps saying that he'll get t
doesn't explain material well, and seems to favor some over other in the class. He also loves to share his political views, which i hear, is something teachers should avoid doing
He's funny and he like's to joke around a lot yet he can be serious and his lectures are pretty good.
He's weird but entertaining. He shows a lot of favoritism, but if you participate a lot and give well thought-out answers, you'll get an A
Had a fun time in his last year's Summer Acadamy for Public Speaking and Debate class. Very fine game of Diplomacy.
he threw chalk at us, dumped our papers in the trashcan(but we didnt do it right) and has a strict personality. however his lectures are good and he has a funny personality. but, he checks out girls
Mr. Rosenberg is one of the worst teachers at Whitney. Some of his exams are impossible. He favortizes the students in MUN. He loses our papers and fails to give us much needed feedback. He did not pr
hes an easy teacher, and his lecture notes is one thing that he's very good at. ( If cut down the quizes, he would be a better teacher, but none the less, a failry easy teacher.)
His class was definitely hard and he didn't provide much to really excel at his test other than literally doing the 4hr reading. He gave good lectures, but beyond that he doesn't really do anything else as a teacher other than being a lazy and disorganized one.
he needs to follow up with his difficult and confusing system. also, his quizzes are pointless because he quizzes us on little details that don't matter.
I remember he was sensitive. His quizzes are difficult, but he has a decent personality. He's an incredible speaker through his lectures and has a decent humor. Extremely moody.
needs to stop messing up students' grades and test scores
Frequent mood swings. If you ask him questions, often snaps at you.
Midol commment was right on the money, but I do respect a teacher who actually teaches.
A bit unsettling, entertainingly cynical, but efficient teacher.
Knows a lot, but is often snappy and does not get along well with students. Should approach him gingerly.
Good lectures, knows about a wide range of subjects. However, you'll have to put up with corny jokes, and frequent mood swings.