Average 3.85 based on 20 teacher ratings
Ian Morrison is a Physics teacher at Aurora High School located in Aurora, Ontario. When comparing Ian Morrison's ratings to other teachers in the province of Ontario, Ian Morrison's ratings are below the average of 4.17 stars. Additionally, the average teacher rating at Aurora High School is 4.05 stars.
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Funny / interesting classes, lets you work at your own pace and decent tests. He's a great teacher for the self learner who occasionally needs some help.

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Morrison is hard strict and often not very helpful. but he is a good teacher and i enjoyed his class very much and have learned a lot.

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Although many people criticize him, I think he is a great physics teacher. Very funny (if you like his dark sense of humor) and teaches well, but isnt as helpful for students questions and doesnt tolerate any bs. Very easy to get along with if you get on his good side, and don't constantly bug him with stupid questions.

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Doesnt always answer questions, doesnt help, lessons are literally detrimental to your learning because they only confuse. I'm a good student who tries and he is probably the worst teacher I've had

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great teach but his test are on stuff he never taught us!

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Mr Mo is great! He writes really hard tests that he doesn't really teach, but you're expected to know the material. Exactly like a university prof, good preparation for what's to come in university.

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One of the best teachers I ever had - helped me get into engineering at U of Waterloo, which has paid off fantastically for me. If you have him as a teacher, appreciate his style as it is a good transition to what you will experience in university.

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Mo is the man. His teaching methods will prepare you for uni. It's really easy to fall behind in his classes, so you've been warned to keep up. He's a really easy marker, but his tests tend to be on the hard side. He takes a lot of questions from the review questions he assigns, so make sure you do those! All-in-all, he was an awesome teacher.

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He's great, hands down one of the best teachers at the school... definitely knows his stuff. Fun and interesting classes make it great. The only downside is he's a leafs fan. and beware all music kids

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omgg mr morrison writes the hardest tests EVER. but other than that, he's a pretty decent teacher...if you dont get something though, he wont explain it, so make sure to pay attention!

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he teaches the class for 30-45 minutes, then gives out questions for the remainder of the period. if you listen to him and then do the question you'll do fine. the easiest marker i've ever had.

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goes too fast, but the good thing is he let's us do anything - be 20 minutes late, not do work in class, go to caf if we have first period lunch

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I liked him, did really well in his classes

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Just wait til you get to university...then you'll realize that Mo is the man. Thanks Mo - 82 in first year Physics @ Queens

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Althouugh most people complain about Morrison's teaching methods, he knows what hes talking about. He marks easily enough but makes questions hard.(Thats good)

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He reminded my chem class everyday about how much he hated teaching and looked forward to the summer more than we did! He's really funny though.

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Mo is something else...he's really hard but he is also really funny..."Girls are we having tea over there?"...haha, the class of 10 lives on!

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MO ROCKS

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