Rev, Edward Moran at St. Leo University - Langley

Rev, Edward Moran

  • 3.4Overall Quality
  • 3.7Helpfulness
  • 3.1Clarity
  • 2.3Easiness

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Class
Rating
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5/1/13

philosophy 100

Average Quality

Easiness2

Helpfulness3

Clarity2

Rater Interest5

Grade ReceivedN/A

Thought Father Moran provided so much information that is was hard to tell what was important, and what it all meant. Sometime he seemed to go on and on with seemingly no point. Also his one side political slant was very disappointing. Didn't feel like politics needed to be interjected into this course.

3/5/13

Phil 101

Good Quality

Easiness3

Helpfulness5

Clarity4

Rater Interest2

Grade ReceivedN/A

Very helpful teacher. Went the extra distance for me and others. Many came unprepared to study on a college level. He gave slow students like me a mentor to help outside the class. Don't think I would have passed without that help. Overall, very fair and committed to the students. Recommend him to learn Philosophy on an introductory level.

10/1/12

PHI101

Good Quality

Easiness1

Helpfulness4

Clarity3

Rater Interest1

Grade ReceivedN/A

If you are looking for an easy course and are the type to do things half-way, don’t take Reverend Moran’s Philosophy 101, A Quest for Wisdom course. This course workload is very heavy. He rightfully demands excellence from every student and does not tolerate excuses for late or incomplete work. He is fair and helpful, but very intense.

6/5/12

PHI101

Average Quality

Easiness3

Helpfulness3

Clarity2

Rater Interest3

Grade ReceivedN/A

Fr Edward is a nice man, but can use his experience in the field to down play your point. If your answer is not word for word to what he believes is correct then your wrong. The notes used to answer a quiz are not well organized. There's no actual references to any questions he ask and therefore left to his interpretation if your correct.

11/17/11

PHI101

Average Quality

Easiness3

Helpfulness3

Clarity3

Rater Interest3

Grade ReceivedN/A

Rev Moran gives way too much information in class. First day of class was packed with students by the 2nd week of class, there were only about 8 of us remaining. He has no structure for his class, so in my opinion he was all over the place. I swear I left most classes with a headache. I would not recommend Rev Moran at all :(

4/13/11

PHI101

Good Quality

Easiness3

Helpfulness4

Clarity3

Rater Interest1

Grade ReceivedN/A

He was very dry in teaching. I had no interest in the class at all. When he gave notes he would always review the following week for about an hour and the notes always seemed to change from the week before. The team project he had us do was unrealistic with expectations and very time consuming. He's a nice man, but it's a hard class overall

8/28/10

Phi101

Good Quality

Easiness1

Helpfulness4

Clarity5

Rater Interest2

Grade ReceivedN/A

Father Moran is a good professor, but Philosophy is a tough class. He gives out notes on everything and there is a lot of reading, and requires study. So if your not ready to put some time in the subject matter, don't take the class. It requires STUDY.

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