Extremely intelligent and interesting person! One of the highlights from my time at Trinity Grammar School.
probably should be teaching latin instead but still a great teacher
Very erudite but difficult to relate to. She floats lofty ideas above students' heads to see who will catch them. Once accused me of plagiarism when I made an obscure point (regarding a book I had read outside the syllabus) in an essay. Her classes have little structure. Her critiques are often unclear. She takes interest in current affairs though, which is beneficial for the class. Ultimately, I was not very well-prepared for the final exam. Thus I feel she has some failings in her instruction.
She was one of the best, and most intelligent, teachers I have had; primary, secondary and tertiary included! She is passionate about what she teaches and I feel this is one of the most important elements in teaching as it enables strong engagement with students.
Thank you Dr. Blackler.
*N.B. I have interpreted 'Easiness' as the level of ease with which one can get along with her in the classroom. Also, it shocks me the number of grammatical and spelling errors in the comments for Dr.Blacker!
The smartest person that I've ever met and knowledgeable in every area/has an amazing knowledge on everything! love listening to her be able to list all of the relevant books/poems etc that relate to the topic
Good to hear that she's returning to Trinity. I hope she makes a large improving to the Trinity curriculum, never the less Nick Browne was outstanding and I wish him all the best as principal.
Best teacher I ever had. The reason I enjoy learning. He knowledge of all topics always astounded me, and is a level of excellence which I feel in my academic pursuits I will constantly be striving to
Best English teacher at Trinity despite was Hillman thinks