Abre Everywhere

Abre Everywhere exposes the learner to new curriculum adventures breaking down the walls of the classroom and reinforcing that learning happens everywhere.

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Abre Supports Educators

Abre is developing a program to support educators who are doing extraordinary things outside of the classroom.

Our goal is to enable educators to create courses based on their experiences & share them with others.

We know there isn’t always time to develop good instructional content. So, we are working with a select group of educators to create templates that simplify the process. We capture their experiences as digital courses and share with everyone.

We help students engage in learning opportunities inside and outside the classroom. And we make it easier for educators to convert experiences into curriculum.

The genesis of the program came when we met a couple teachers in our neighborhood who, independently, embarked on amazing adventures. We worked with these two teachers to sculpt a process that converts their experiences and the recording of those experiences into a series of courses. These courses will cover a wide range of topics from math to climatology to land rights issues. We utilize pictures, videos, sound, data and journals from these educators to make the course material engaging to students.

Our first two educators are both teachers and extreme athletes. Ultimately, our goal is to reach different types of educators who do amazing things in any area of interest.

Educators piloting this program:

Bryce Carlson

Bryce Carlson

Bryce is a high school science teacher and coach in Cincinnati, OH.

Outside of school Bryce is an
ultra endurance athlete

The experience we’re capturing

In June 2018, Bryce set out to become the first American to row solo and unsupported across the North Atlantic Ocean.

Between St. John’s, Newfoundland (Canada) and England, Bryce experienced 2,000 bone-chilling miles with big waves and winds thanks to a couple big storms and the end of a hurricane, and marine life both large and small. He described it as an adventure of a lifetime, providing tremendous insight into human’s relationship with nature and our ability to endure.

Bryce competed the attempt in 38 days, 6 hours and 49 minutes and, in doing so, set the world record!

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Harvey Lewis

Harvey Lewis

Harvey is a high school government teacher in Cincinnati, OH.

Outside of school Harvey is an
elite ultra runner

The experience we’re capturing

Harvey left Tuesday morning May 29th, 2018 to run the Appalachian Trail (a 2,189 mile run from Georgia to Maine).  Harvey completed this mind-boggling run in 49 days and 14 hours which puts him on the list with the 8th fastest known time.

Harvey average 42.9 miles per day and climbed a staggering 465,000 feet of total elevation.

After completion of the run and a week off, Harvey completed the Badwater 135 – a 135 mile run through Death Valley in the middle of summer.

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