"screens off lads" thats all he ever says he wastes our time so much by just rambling on about nothing like once he went on about if u searched cricket in malawi it woud come up with lts of bugs pages (we searched it btw n it comes up with loads of cricket (sport version) in malawi) so that just proves he isnt very gd also someonesaid b4 that wen he loses a file he goes thru evey other 1 to get it
well erm, i think erm that erm mr sage is a, erm very boring teacher and erm just keeps erm explaining how to write a, erm formula in erm microsoft erm excel. He needs to stop saying erm and be a bit more erm interesting and speed up erm the pace of his erm lessons. Erm
no teaching, just stands there all the lesson rambling then expects us to know what to do. helpful though.
sooooooooo boring spends about half an hour talking and then u cant understand it
If i printed every possible negative point bout tis teacha there wud be no forests n global warming wud increase tenfold. Do u undastand the serious problem of lack of any propa proffessionalism or curriculum in the AGS IT department. lessons are boring unstructured. Sage spends long periods xplain how to use the simplest of tools. generally nobody listens. not much is gained by the end of the period. quite an awful teahcer 2 say the least ie tis is a compliment
Boring lessons I haven't actually learnt many new things in CLAIT this year. Likes to accuse people of things which they haven't done. Although he can explain how to use a PC, it takes him ages. Generally it's screens off and when they're back on, nobody's working - everyone just goes to miniclip, or the bbc games website. Lessons are a dos but not much is learnt. It is true that his explanations are quite boring. Half the class can't wait till the lesson ends so loads of people skive.
We get a 1 hour 10 minutes lesson in IT every 2 weeks. He spends 1 hour 5 minutes of this explaining things in a very droning monotonous voice moving from topic to topic in one long unbroken sentence never giving anyone a chance to ask questions and never progressing to a different topic and never pausing to draw breath much like I am doing now. Simply can't teach.
waffles on about one small point for about 1/2 an hour but controls the class very well given the classroom layout