The act of transcendence, coming as it does at the end of the Arc of Transcendence, does not happen by magic. Transcendence is an act that requires the earlier steps to establish its course.
Too many use “magical” thinking, not the willful and creative act of transcendence, to succeed in the classroom and elsewhere. They believe that simply wishing or hoping for something new is enough. Hope is not a strategy, though, for transcendence or for learning.
What has brought you here – to this moment?
Where do you spend more time in the classroom, putting energy into hoping or putting energy into transcending?