Arrogant and not accepting to any answers but his own, especially when marking exams and essays in particular.
Too many sheets, highlighting and annotating. I like writing notes like the whole class yet he is intent on handing out trees of paper. The numbering system for the paper is confusing and I usually can't find what he asks for which leads to confusion. To resolve this I would like to write notes and discuss which leads to better remembrance for exams. Instead he just talks all lesson which leads to disinterest and bordem. I usually am interested in history but because of him I am not.
His method of handing out sheets of paper with notes are unclear and hard to study from. He refuses to write notes down onto the board from the textbooks or smart board for us to copy down, which makes it very hard to study. He picks on certain students and appears power hungry with his punishments, freely handing out unnecessary detentions and calling people out. He calls other teachers 'lazy' because they write down notes. First teacher I've had that's said this. Worst teacher I have ever had.
He's alright, can be quite a "man's behind" sometimes.
He gives us like 2 hours of homework each day! but he is not too bad compared to some other teachers at school
not the best teacher, nice guy and tries his best but talks waaaaaay to much, makes it very borin and makes waaaay to many of thoz little booklets for ncea
OH! johnny hasslehoff, you old champ you. Besides the excessive use of "ten lines number eight" in term 1- this man is a real character. the allowance of first name basis both ways has me actually attending his class. LANCE
Absolute legend. Had him from 5th form right through to 7th and learnt so much. Cheers Johnny!!!!
Often thinks he is making us think. He is actually doing a fairly good job but hinted that i was overweight after i insulted rugby.
charismatic, forthright, a man's man Stephan Smyth-Jones
a good teacher, if you can handle the sheer amount of homework he gives out. at assignment times he tends to cut down whole forests to give you too much information