Average 3.64 based on 18 teacher ratings
Donald Graham is a Philosophy teacher at St. Peter's Secondary School located in Peterborough, Ontario. When comparing Donald Graham's ratings to other teachers in the province of Ontario, Donald Graham's ratings are below the average of 4.29 stars. Additionally, the average teacher rating at St. Peter's Secondary School is 4.23 stars.
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Good luck, happy retirement! Very good religion teacher like his brother. Go Jesus!

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Good luck, Dr. Graham at your new teaching position at university! Well deserved! We will miss you at St. Peter's!

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Dr. Graham is not like his brother at all. Dr. Knows a lot about Catholicism and was very fair to other view points, be prepared to write a lot and don't waste time talking back
Overall a good teacher , think he belongs in university instead of highschool.

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Dr. Graham is a great teacher. I had him for philosophy and he is an extremely intelligent man. I have read the other reviews for him and people have said he chooses favourites based on students religion, or whether they agree with his opinion but I would have to disagree. In my class he does none of that. If you're taking grade 12 philosophy you have to expect some work, and he gives you quite a bit of it. He's an extremely intelligent man, like literally astonishes me sometimes with his smarts

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Dr. Graham is very knowledgeable about theology and philosophy, particularly Catholicism. Even though I'm an atheist and he knows this about me, he's very nice to me and a genuinely nice guy! I didn't get a low grade because we may disagree on some stuff, I was marked fairly and I'm happy with the mark I got. His class is pretty tough and he takes things very seriously. If you're a slacker, and/or you talk back to him, you won't have fun. If you're nice and you get good grades, it's pretty good!

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I currently have Dr.Graham and I do not like the way he talks down to his students. Also many of his tests you have to write multiple essays and if you are not strong at writing essays you fail the test. And you do not get either a make-up test or an extra credit assignment. It's very frustrating.

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Yes. He knows what he's talking about I'll give him that much. But students in his class seriously don't care what he's talking about when they're too busy trying to meet his test standards of memorizing textbook and bible passages word for word. It's ridiculous. I find theology genuinely interesting and he has given me great reason to hate it. Cramming information down students throats isn't teaching. It's dictating. Awful teacher. Creative freedom and freedom of speech is a strict no.

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He is a good man

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- talks down at students, somewhat cynically

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Dr. Graham is quite knowledgeable on matters concerning the Catholic faith. I, however, and many others have had the misfortune of having him for world religion and philosophy. He is a willfully ignorant, xenophobic man who verbally attacked an imam who he invited to speak for demonstrating the Muslim method of prayer. He wanted to take us to an anti-abortion rally for a field trip (this was kiboshed by administration). Do not dare to publicly disagree with this man; he will see you regret it.

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Instead of listening to a students opposing opinion he reacts with anger and a one track mind. He cant stand being challenged and marks work with his emotions and perceptions of students top of mind.

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way to hard of a teacher for high school

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one of the most intellectual and intelligent men I have met. Very devote to his faith. Somewhat wise beyond our years, would be amazing as a university prof.

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He values his student's efforts and insights and works hard

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keep tryin maybe one day people will realize yur an ok teacher!put a smile on yur face god loves ya!

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well prepared, works hard for his students

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