I had Calculus in 1993 with him - traumatizing. I could not understand what a derivative was. I would graph an equation and then its derivative, then show him both. He kept saying the "derivative approximates the original equation". NO IT DOES NOT. This went on for weeks and I ended up with horrible calculus phobia for YEARS. The derivative gives you the *SLOPES* of the original equation, it doesn't "approximate" the original equation. If you don't understand calculus, DON'T TEACH IT!!
He will be moderately missed. He was a great guy, but I would have had straight A's if it weren't for his class!
At first you feel like you can't succeed in his class due to lack of understanding of the subject but you soon grow accustomed to his methods. Overall good guy but mediocre teacher.
Mr. Moore retired this year. i was lucky enough to be they very last class he taught. he is super easy cuz there is so much extra credit you can get bu you have to learn everything on your own.
Really nice guy and has like 40 years of experience. Too bad you wont get him cuz its his last year. Slightly difficult but made sure it made sense to you. He knew what he was doing
Forgetful but granted he is at the age where that's appropriate. Not the greatest teacher and can be boring, but he's a great guy and if you ask a question he'll make sure you get it.
mr.mooore forgets easily. doesnt teach the material effectively i had to teach myself.
Best Math teacher I have ever had. Read the stuff before class, then you will understand what he's talking about. Great guy!Really nice. Not that bad in teaching, but it depends on the person, really.
nice guy, lame teacher. methods aren't effective. do hw in class and teach yourself. he will help you if you need it, though. oddly favors C/D/F students.
mr. moore`s just great. he is SO funny, and, despite what other people may say, he`s a GOOD teacher. it`s too bad he only teaches geometry + algebra II..