Great teacher only one who tried to get through to me. Just like to say thanks on here doubt ill meet you again.
an uncle of jockey davy russell 2 very sharp poker players a game with them 2 would be a very costly lesson a gent tho
Simply the best teacher/lecturer/tutor I've ever had.
The best mathematics teacher I have soon. His physics class was superior to first year university physics at Trinity.
he does not use wat we mortals call TIME!!! heel finish wen his finished
Five statues, gilted and damasc'd with the purest gold and the rarest rubies; lest we forever slip into the grip of Morpheus and never remember the Galvin.
i cannot speak highly enough of this man. made maths enjoyable. not only a great teacher but a gentleman aswell. some man
Greatest man to ever walk the corridors of the friary. A statue should be built
Brill teacher who kept the class entertained as a border being late for 1st class his comments to me: "all you had to do was fall down the stairs to get here"
LEGEND...nuf said.Had him 4 maths and phyics in '99..."it's the lost back syndrome again i c"
The man was the funniest teacher i ever had..great teacher too. Franktionary is still going around...what a great book good man foggs!!
Does anyone know where the "franktionary" is gone? it was a diary of franks sayings translated in2 laymans terms....."who said that?..aaghh typical john foley"
Never known to make the error. Born to teach. No rating high enough.
Mr.Galvin is the man. Best maths teacher I had by a mile. Very cool guy
"BURNING THE MIDNIGHT OIL LAST NIGHT WERE YOU" haha brilliant lad
My all time hero. the man behind many timeless catchphrases such as"come on, u have it, u have it....ah no, all wrong" and "is this ur tasty morsel"
Should teach 3rd level. "Sorry sir, the wind was against me" "not exactly a hurricane out there is it?"
combined education with humour brilliantly, "whos that casting aspersions back there?"
One of the funniest teachers I ever had the pleasure to encounter -a true Friary legend &remembered fondly by all who were taught by him.Ya bloody eejits!
great man and incredible teacher.had best laff of 3rd year in his class n den got a B in JC in d end!'Old chalk there at the back!'
what can i say about frank,he was an extrodinary man both. A true 'legend'A superb teacher with a vocabular that has to be heard 2 be believed
the man is a genius! iv never respected a living human like i respect him. living legend....
Absolute legend. Great teacher but I always seemed to be late for his class!
absolute legend! used to love goin into his classes for the entertainment alone! "ur hat blew in where". also such a nice genuine man, a true gentle man!
Frank Galvin is a legend. A keen scholar, a true intellecutual, with appreciation and interest for both his subject matter and his students.
"Just out of the scratcher i see, burning th emidnight oil again?" what a legend.
frank doesn't adhere to the concept of what we mere mortals call "time". he's finished when he's finished. what a legend.
"instigating pugnatious tendencies" "Parambulation" the man is a walkng dictionary
Not a great teacher in my honest opinon which is why most of his "motivated" class take grinds in order to do well. That's not a characteristic of a good teache
frank is a legend....best maths and physics teacher in ireland.....gets so engrossed in maths he doesnt let you go......brill
Ahh, Frank, what a teacher. Now there is a teacher that had a sense of humour, but also gets the work done. So great they named the Galvinometer after him :)
Wrapped in the arms of morpheus this morning were we. plus the sneeze. absolute class