She made me pay attention (to my benefit) Kristin Rutland
Her behavior was strange. Telling young women that they should all get their mammograms and bringing that up multiple times throughout the year was uncalled for. She is knowledgeable, however not very patient. She had an arrogant attitude and thought highly of herself. She did not do a good job presenting material to her class.
Wow - I am as math deficient as they come and I did so well in her class. Until college, she was the only math teacher @ Robinson willing to work so hard w/me!
I had Ms. McElfresh in 1986 for 8th grade algebra and I still remember what a great teacher she was. She made math understandable and interesting.
Ms. McElfresh...words cannot describe how AMAZING you are! Your love of math inspired me beyond belief! THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING! U ARE AMAZING!!!!!
Here is a blast from the past. I had Sue McElfresh for algebra in seventh grade in 1980 (81?) and I still remember what a fantastic time I had in her class. I remember the algebra tricks of the trade she taught. That year she also backpacked NEPAL!
She is the most phenomenal teacher ever!!! I have never been so inspired in my life. Thank you, Ms. McElfresh for being a truly sensational human being.