Ragnar Purje might be strolling out in his community when a small cry will erupt nearby.
“Mr Purje! I’ve got the power! I’ve got the power!” A student, arms flailing, is gesturing wildly at their head.
He might be behind the wheel when, squished up in the rear window of the car in front, he’ll spy an enthused child mouthing “I’m using my powerhouse!” through the glass.
Nothing could delight the Queensland educator more.
“The success that I’m getting is far and beyond my expectation,” Purje says.