OK sure she's strict but I actually learn stuff with her seriously if she's ur teacher u will actually know what u need to know for the exam.
She is extremely polarising, if you do not like maths/do not keep up-to-date then she will make your life hell.
If you *do* like maths/stay on top of things then she'll be more than happy to ignore you and let you do your work.
Junior years are the worst years to have her, she expects the same standard of organisation as she does of year 12s, even though you're stilling learning how this high school things works.
Too much meaningless work that no one wants to do
I had her as a junior and didn't like her at all. But now as a senior, she is easier to get along with and is quite a good teacher. I still don't like her attitude, but I am glad I have her, cause she can teach and she makes sure you stay up to date.
not the best teacher ever, though she does have her days when she's nice and friendly
Really good maths teacher but is not very nice to students although we actually do learn something.
can noone recognise good maths teaching when they see it?
yay! i got her for yr 11! she was my year 8 teacher and she is still the best
Amazing teacher, she's really nice when you're a senior and treats you with heaps of respect.
She's good at teaching, and happy to help... Although I got along with her pretty well most of the time she needs to realise you don't need to yell at kids for them to be quiet.
she is a wonderful maths teacher but is rather strict.
she is a REALLY good maths teacher. Sure she can be a bit mean but if she wasnt, i probably wouldnt do any work :P
She is good at teaching maths, emphasis on the teaching but she can be really mean sometimes. some days she is really good and actually smiles, but you need to get her in a good mood
I hated her when i had her but now that i have Mr Gavin i miss her!
Good teacher if you are a good student, otherwise she is a nightmare
Mrs Chalmers is heaps nice she always help out and stuff.I know she is a bit strict but she is really helpful in Maths