Really, great teacher. Explains chemistry, really well.
I had Paul Sander as a teacher in the 90s and he's not nearly as bad as the the reviews here suggest. He is quite helpful, and explains things well and I thought his stories were quite good.
ahhh he is doesnt really care if you fail ..... not that helpful
pretty average teacher.. you always work straight from the book. he often goes off on vaguely related tangents, then tells you to listen when you are actually just doing your work..
if you get him as your teacher, change asap because when other people start complaining too your screwed and stuck with him for the year
i had him last year...now i rekon im a yr behind everyone else...he does onyl book work and never explains revelant things...its like u might as well teach urself..its be better. i think he likes giving our yard duty too...cause i was sitting next to this girl and we got moved for talking...right next to each other again! she loves to let people get in trpoble so he can punish em!
have him this year.. not clear...not very helpful... not everyone has tuition teachers...it's self study with this man...
Unfortunately, this man has NO positive sides to him. He seems more interested in 'just getting it done quick' rather than 'getting his students to learn'. Paul Sander has the inadvertent quirk of taking an almost passionate approach to monitoring and giving 'Yard Duty' slips. The act would have been complete if accompanied with a skip, and 'ooh! goodie!'. All-in-all, get YOUR act together, Paul, and STOP finding new innovative ways to punish innocent people for your viewing pleasure.
He is a bad teacher, he teachers you nothing, talks about irrelavent topics and then makes you fail.. pretty much!!