Il est tres gentil, calme, il parle de facon tres pose. Il n'est pas rigide dans son plan de cours, il mene son cours de facon a suivre les initiatives de ses eleves et de ses pensees. Si vous ecoutez et que vous prenez des notes, c'est asse z facile de faire les travaux et d'avoir une bonne note. Je l'ai eu en cours d'ete alors c'etait tres facile a suivre ayant des 3 cours/semaine.
Sa maniÃ¨re de faire ses Ã©valuations n'est pas cohÃ©rente. N'est pas trop sÃ©vÃ¨re sur la correction. Peu chaleureux. Il faugt faire un deuxiÃ¨me effort pour bien comprendre son cours.
je m'en fou, moi je l'ai eu en premiÃ¨re session et je l'ai adorÃ© ! Si tu lui montre que sa matiÃ¨re t'interesse et tu fais des efforts, il va en faire envers toi ! Rien n'est acquis dans la vie ;P
Talks about himself a lot, particularly in the last part of his class. The first sections, he explains quite well... That is, you need to keep an open mind and figure out what he's saying. Don't bother asking a question, he'll repeat himself over and over again. Still, Philosophy is supposed to be a class to make you think, so in THAT sense he's a good teacher, I guess.
He's really boring and we take the break after 1h30. And he shouldn't use the board with all his arrows going everywhere... For his T-shirts: he also has a green one and a yellow one...
He obviously has a different way of explaining philosophy. You'll probably will have a hard time understanding him IF you don't like philosophy. But his courses are definitely interesting to me.
what he says doesn't make any sense. he can't even tell if you understand.. he'll tell you that you understand.. but you don't understand in the same time
He's alright, his classes go pretty fast but the topics are still boring.
Only talks about himself and makes you write long essays. His lectures are extra borring, be sure to bring a pillow.