Average 4.22 based on 34 professor ratings
Eric Laferriere is a Philosophy professor at John Abbott College - CEGEP located in St Anne De Bellevue, Quebec. When comparing Eric Laferriere's ratings to other professors in the province of Quebec, Eric Laferriere's ratings are above the average of 4.17 stars. Additionally, the average professor rating at John Abbott College - CEGEP is 4.08 stars.
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Eric is very passionate about baseball and it shows when he teaches. His course is very organized and he uses Mio and Lea to communicate. I entered this class impartial about baseball and sport and will be leaving it with a new found respect and understanding. His lectures are very insightful, interactive and fun. PowerPoint slides are used sparingly to show important people, dates and stats. You can get whatever grade you're willing to work for, he tells you exactly what is expected from you.

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i have Eric as my Baseball teacher, he is a very good person,really helpful,accessible to student on phone,mio,inperson and does care for students.The course itself is a bit boring for me since i am not too passionate about baseball,but comparing it to other sports have played makes it interesting.If you like literature its a good course,and that is the reason it gets interesting because its a lot about interpreting the text and movies.Eric is a very knowledgeable and passionate about the course

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DO NOT!! It is an intense course load with 2 long readings a week. Exam was crazy hard.

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very nice guy and helps a lot if you go ask for help but boring classes and i fell asleep most of 'em. if you like history, cultural and religious stories about baseball, this class is for you but otherwise don't waste your time and the lectures are not that easy.

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If you like baseball for his sports as experience class, you wont after a semester with him.... He bullies and singles out students, his tests seem easy but he is an extremely hard marker. Make sure you participate and he will like you. And if you know alot about baeball he'll always be asking you questions.. ALOT of work, do not recommend.

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boring class: fell asleep in it a few times he is fair and if you go to see him at his office he'll help you need a lot of preparation for the exams

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meh. was not impressed. hard philosophy class. boring lectures.

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Hard marker but fair. Knows exactly what he is talking about and makes sense of difficult topics.

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Eric is one of the best teachers at JAC. The material may sometimes be difficult but if you are serious and ask questions, he'll be there to help you. I loved his environmental ethics class. I still l

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Eric is a hard marker and it seems impossible to take notes in his class. It does help a lot if you ask him for help

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Rather tough marker. His lectures are rather clear. He is always willing to help if you're willing to put the effort in. Be ready; he talks fast. Just listen and take notes as best as you can. Really preps you for the university lectures you'll need to sit through.

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You cannot get a good grade with this teacher. He is the hardest marker I have ever seen. You cannot take notes in his class either because he speaks too fast.

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Quite a good teacher, not much to say

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Eric has good intentions he just goes about it the wrong way. Classes are boring and readings are way to long and boring as well. This class could have been alot more interesting, and hey Eric don't take yourself so seriously..

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i was expecting this class to be easy, to sit back and relax... oh no! it was very hard... hes very nice but VERY demanding! this class is not for anyone!

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wonderful wonderful wonderful wonderful

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Eric is one of Abbott's finest teachers! He is so smart and speaks with such knowledge. I loved his class and even though it was difficult, as were the readings, he is always at his office, ready to help you. Highly recommended!

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Great teacher!!!! Really ares about your success.

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Eric is one of the best teachers at John Abbott, I had him for Modern Philosophy and I can't imagine a better person to teach the course. He really cares about his students.

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I think Eric is one of the best teachers I've had at Abbott. He's incredible-ridiculously smart and he really really cares about his students.

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I really enjoyed his class. The reading takes some effort, but the presentations are really enlightening. Eric genuinely about his students. If you like philo, take his class.

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Kind of insensitive, actually. Classes were incredibly boring but it takes a lot to excite me. Alright I guess, but could have been a lot better.

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hard class, difficult readings, however does do his best to prepare you for the final

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very demanding, but only because he wants people to understand everything. such a sweetheart.

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His classes are very informative and interesting, although he's a difficult marker and demands a lot.

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Great philosophy teacher, learned more from him than my "intro" McGill prof. Nice, caring, uses handy charts. A must.

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very hard class he study usVERRRY hard marker VERYSKinny too.

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too severe, too serious,very hard marker,needs to relax with the wistling

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very hard marker...borrrrrrrrrrrring class!! unless you like that environmental ethics and want to save the world blah blah.. but if not don't take it!!!!!!!!!!

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Really easy to talk to, but my grades were low despite my best efforts

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(Ethics sci/tech). Kept a very stimulating classroom environment, encouraging discussions and debates. Expected a lot from his students. Good job Eric.

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Made many students uncomfortable, marks very low, did not have a firm grasp of material, difficulty answering questions, boring.

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