Prof Impressions: 2nd Sem, AY 07-08
Another semester had started, so once again, it’s time for my Prof Impressions.
Physics 72 MTHFCR: Bhazel Anne Rara:: When you first meet her, you could say right away that she is a good person, and a good professor. Her string of patience is long (how else would she handle a large class such as ours?).
[I canceled this subject] PE 2 BR: Ma. Louella Caces:: I think she’s not as bad as people think, but I admit, her requirements/class policies are a bit too much, especially with those surprise quizzes, and she said so herself that he fails students (but never mentioned on what grounds will she fail a student — I’m guessing that it will be based on the quizzes). She also mentioned that she hates to hear cellphones going off, or else she’ll confiscate it and will only return it after the end of the semester.
Eng 11 MHV: Carmencita Abayan:: First impressions would tell you that she is masungit, but on the contrary, she is quite a kind professor. She inserts jokes here and there during discussions, and she’s smiling most of the time. On our class, she had the class report on different topics that we will tackle throughout the semester; and personally, I don’t like reporting in front of class and knowing that you’ll be graded for it.
Math 55 MHW: Leny Deita:: She’s a “cool” instructor, and can easily be approached by her students. One thing to note though, is that her teaching pace is… too fast for most people. So be prepared.
Math 157 TFX1: Henry Adorna:: At first glance, you wouldn’t think he’s a professor. But this guy knows his stuff. I also enjoy his lectures because you get the feeling that you’re just having a casual (yet insightful) conversation with him. At first, he might look scary, but I think he is not.
CS 32 TFU: Evangel Quiwa:: The legend, Sir Quiwa, is one guy you would admire. Teaching is his second nature. Just one thing, though: he speaks very softly. He should use a microphone when teaching. If his voice was a little louder, his lectures would always be enjoyable. You really have to sit in front of the class to fully understand and appreciate the Quiwa Experience. He likes to make-up acronyms for stuff.