I've come to dislike learning Spanish because it always reminds me of her.
Inappropriate political comments are her specialty, she seems to have a superiority complex that she takes out upon students. She was speaking about the Iliad and The Odyssey and openly stated she hadn't even read them, she'd only seen the film. This is not a qualified teacher! Her bullying tactics towards differing opinions are horrifying to witness. Passive aggressive statements and personal attacks are not appropriate in any circumstance , especially not with a teacher.
Was a decent Spanish teacher, but her political views are distracting for the class and are always biast opinions
Quite frankly, I am unsure how she is still qualified as a teacher, let alone a head of department for two subjects. Throughout the year she has been unclear, contradictory and cryptic to students who just want to learn. Recently she has been too busy talking about her political campaign to actually teach the class. Constantly pushes her left-wing agenda on students, making hateful comments about Donald Trump and John Key and bullying those who disagree with her. She should not be teaching.
The most awful teacher I have ever had. When someone has an opinion differing to her own she is quick to judge and attack students. Does not teach in a way that everybody can understand tasks at ease, but in a way that leaves us confused. Many of her lessons turn into talks about politics, particularly her own views, which she ends up forcing upon students due to the frequency with which she rants regarding this.
Is quick to judge other teachers methods. Likes to be invasive with her opinion. Needs to think before she says. Now with her teaching I've heard she can be good as well as horrible. Needs to take a good hard look at herself before she criticisers others! She thinks just because she's been a teacher for so long the school should be run the way she wants it to be run.
A great teacher, who teaches more than just Spanish and classics, but other stuff like politics and life lessons and acceptance and multiculturalism.
shes not the greatest teacher, but not the worst either :P