It is important as listening teachers to attempt to derive a middle ground for interactive learning with each and every student within our classroom. Without interactive learning our point of view becomes an attempt to fix what is learned by mandating outcomes via curriculum planning. With curriculum planning, teachers and curriculum developers often provide a rigid structure, present goals, and formulate explanations which encumber intuitive expressions of learning. But what Carrier Education would like for us to understand is that curriculum anticipation is far better than rigid curriculum planning because it leads to enacting a listening orientation to teaching. By enacting a listening orientation to teaching, the teacher and student create a win-win learning situation within the classroom.