Very good teacher. You're lucky if you get him. He makes the topic easy to understand.
Teaches well. I like how he gets ahead of the other classes, gives you study time near exams / tests.
He is a pretty good teacher and explains things creatively. But his jokes... Oh, the pain...
mr longley was an alright teacher, he is quite strict and not very approchable. he can teach pretty well though.
i thoroughly enjoy his class. hes the easiest math teacher!
pretty cool teacher teaches lots interesting facts which is not related to math, had lots of fun in his class.
pretty cool teacher. got off topic a lot though but then we didnt have 2 do any work
he was awesome!!! the quiet game where if you talked you got a prize... YARD DUTY!!! it was fun!!!
mr longley is a good bief straight to the point teacher he is serious and nice
He's really nice, and makes the funniest jokes so math class is not too boring. Needs to be more brief when teaching new coursework though.
hes a really funny guy who jokes heaps! until he gets his dark side! its really scary!
he's funny... until you get to his dark side... then he totally confuses you. i thought a prize was a fredo until he told me i had a yard duty +_+. i was so wierded out i didn't know what to say. he's still a kool teacher though, and he taught a lot of helpful things last year. he's like a poet, he says things that make you think.
luv this guy! he is sooo cool unless u get on his bad side..only bad things r his hate for freo and thinking afl is stoopid and um...his long talks at the beginning of a new chapter!! prolly my fave math teacher yet....
Richard Longley, first of all, I admire your teaching talent. I find it especially humourous how you manage to keep up this false 'I'm evil' exterior, when in fact (as your students already know) you are an easily approachable and friendly person inside. This man has the unbelieveable appetite for fish. His comments (mostly to a stunned class that doesn't seem to understand him) is 'I like fish.' along with a run-through of his week-end shopping in the supermarkets. Richard Longley, thanks for the support.