John Spencer



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“Your legacy as an educator is always determined by what your students do. You change the world by empowering your students to do the same.”
John Spencer, Empower: What Happens When Student Own Their Learning

“St. Chrysostom, suffering under the Empress Eudoxia, tells his friend Cyriacus how he armed himself beforehand...."I thought, will she banish me? 'The earth is the Lord's, and the fulness thereof.' Take away my goods? 'Naked came I into the world, and naked must I return.' Will she stone me? I remembered Stephen. Behead me? John Baptist came into my mind," etc. Thus it should be with every one that intends to live and die comfortably: they must, as we say, lay up something for a rainy day; they must stock themselves with graces, store up promises, and furnish themselves with experiences of God's lovingkindness to others and themselves too, that so, when the evil day comes, they may have much good coming thereby.”
John Spencer

“A curriculum map is exactly that—a map. And maps should inspire possibilities rather than limit options.”
John Spencer, Empower: What Happens When Student Own Their Learning



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