"I love the interaction that arises out of a positive learning experience. When a teacher and a student find a rapport they explore a subject together, and the lesson becomes a mutual journey of discovery rather than a lecture or rote curriculum. Both parties are looking into the same horizon. When both sides are engaged in the lesson, there's suddenly a potential to push past any perceived limits to what can be accomplished."
"What do you read, my lord?"
In answer, the younger man looks at the speaker in apparent bafflement, then to the open book in his hands, almost as though he's never seen it before. He checks the left page.
He then checks the facing page, moving his eyes with his hand as he does.
Hamlet looks to Polonius, standing there patient as can be, then turns the pages to face him. He imparts a great secret: