Great Guy nice person, Turns him into a great teacher, he\'s a teacher that believes more in discussion and participation of evaluation. Prefers for you to Think and share, than think and write it down on a test. He really tries to get to know you and use that to help mark your work, not a lot of graded work, but still great teacher, recommended
Wanda is awesome. Her classes aren\'t as structured as most...but that\'s a good thing. Gives you a break from most classes. She is passionate about her field, and highlights the class with interesting guest speakers and videos. Love her and her pink and purple hair!
I found Tessa\'s class to be extremely informative as well as necessary. She focussed on languages and I truly appreciated this because of the importance of languages within communities is crucial so that cultures can survive and thrive. She shared alot of herself with our class which was really inspiring. For if she could do it then so can I.
Teaching me great work skills. Expects you to be prepared. Shows how law functions , and people who just want the answers fed to them won\'t be happy , but too bad - she\'s teaching us to think on our own.
Shirley is great....a true Aboriginal and that made taking her class worth it alone. Lots of stories lots of interaction. She rubs some students the wrong way. But I think she feels she has to stand up for her language and culture. Could be a bit less defensive. But if you ever want to hear the real thing. Shirley is it!
new prof, needs to become a little more comfortable lecturing, though already a very good teacher: open minded, passionate, clear. hopefully she doesnt lose these qualities w experience. ohh, cute too, not that thats important, but y\'know...