Simone is very nice and has a lot of potential for teaching. She can get a bit flustered during class, which shows her inexperience, but she also works very hard to explain the nuances of Greek - a difficult task. Not only is she willing to put in the effort, Simone also was willing to experiment with a flipped classroom. This willingness to innovate should help her with teaching in the future. She is flexible in terms of late assignments as long as you turn them in and is very willing to work with you to succeed in the course. Her grading is not easy, but fair.
The course in general was fairly standard as far as (my impression of) classical language classes go. Quizzes every class mean regular memorization of vocabulary and grammar. Homework is also on a very regular basis. Make sure you go to class prepared; you'll almost certainly be cold-called and embarrassed if you don't prepare. Don't be fooled by the slow pace early on, the class really picks up after the first of two midterms. Greek is a fascinating language, but it's a ton to cram into your head. Make sure you have the time to dedicate to it.
Also, make sure to take advantage of the random Greek / Classics things that Simone presents (e.g. trip to the Met, ancient Greek music, random accentuation pronunciation, etc). I found them to be quite enjoyable even though I have little exposure to Classics.
On the whole, I would recommend Simone, especially if she continues to improve her teaching (which I predict she will).
Reviewer's Grade: A-