With an ascendant perspective, you have the potential to be the right person, in the right time, in the right place, doing the right thing.
Much of our classroom experience is asking us to see beyond our own selves. We are asked to study material unfamiliar to us, and we are frequently asked to engage in environments that may be new to us.
We are better served, if we understand the classroom environment is a place designed, not necessarily for “right” and “wrong”, but rather ascendance. The classroom experience should push us past our limited perspective, not only related to the subject matter, but in our own development. One of the greatest gifts the classroom can provide is the increased vision beyond one’s personal borders.
In the classroom experience, when have you been the right person, in the right time, in the right place doing the right thing? When has someone else been that for you?