The teacher was absolutely amazing. I would highly recommend the Doctor as an exemplary specimen of secondary schooling instruction done amazingly well.
Greatest teacher ever. Also, he is a mental game expert
Dr. Melito is the best religion teacher I have ever had at brother Martin. You certainly get something out of his class. I don't know why people say he judges you, because he doesn't. He kind, caring, funny, and knowledgeable about his subject
"Doctor" Melito has no idea what he is talking about. He presents his own opinions as facts. His knowledge in grammar is about the equivalent of a brain-dead second grader's. His notes and directions are about as clear as if you gave a blind man a typewriter with all the keys interchanged and asked said blind man to recreate the greatest works of Shakespeare entirely from memory.
This man does not know what he is talking about and he judges people based off of their religious beliefs. I was made the class joke because of him putting a highly judgemental and offensive title on me. I as a student know more about religion then he does. Also, if he has all of these degrees and Ph.Ds, yet he is a religion teacher at a high school.
Awesome guy if you get to know him. Meditations were awesome
He doesnt know how to speak or write in complete sentences.
Mr. Melito is probably my hardest teacher, but for some reason he is probably my favorite...maybe because he is an Italian
He is a alright teacher, but in some cases he is not funny or very helpful to the students.
How much do you want to bet you have gum in your mouth? Funny guy (at least he thinks he is). Alright as a teacher though.
Not a very great teacher. He plays favorites and if you don't share his views you get low grades.
he seems to favor those students who have the same beliefs as his own
He has the funniest laugh. But he laughs at the dumbest things. He's a good teacher.
He says a lot of dumb things, but if you just let them slide and have fun with him you'll do fine. he's a really nice guy overall
Very nice guy, takes an interest in his students. "make it a good day"