Not every teacher can leave a lasting impression on their students. Professor Arthur Falconer, the Cultural Geography teacher at J.D. Alexander is one of the few who does. Despite more than forty years in the teaching field, Professor Falconer keeps his lessons lively and innovative. He gets his students involved in class by finding ways to relate what they have revealed about themselves and applying it to the current lesson.
Timothy Burns, a current student, said that the class is enjoyable, different and engaging.
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