The purpose of this program is to certify and train individuals on how Abre works, the community around it, and best practices for assisting other adult learners. This program is broken into 12 courses of varying degree.
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The Abre Hub
Explore the core features of the Abre Hub. Learn best practices with Announcements, Headlines, and Shortcuts
Explore how to use the Students App.
Explore how to use the Focus App. Learn best practices.
Learn how to use Abre’s Directory App. Minimal training.
Learn how to use the Publications App. Learn how to author, download, and upload ePub files.
Define how use the Curriculum App from a teacher’s perspective. Learn how to create Curriculum and model lessons. Explore best practices for creating Curriculum Guides.
Define how to use the Learn App for taking courses. Discover best practices for tracking learning. Combine the Learn App with the license renewal process.
Learn how to create and use Abre Forms.
Learn how to create, deploy, and track both student and staff education plans.
Learn how to create and deploy assessments via Abre’s Assessment App
Learn how to use the Behavior App and track incidents over time.
The Abre Support Process
Define how the Abre Support Process works and what obligations Abre Certified Trainers have with the support process.
Lessons Customer Support 1o1, adult learning, and best practices.
How the Abre brand is used and what Abre Certified Trainers can do with the brand.
The Abre Community
How the Abre Community Site is used. Also includes lessons on open source
A deeper dive into the technology of Abre. How do development cycles work? How are bugs reported? The central objective is to gain a solid understanding of the work behind the code.
Define how Abre Appathons work and how Certified Trainers can encourage them.
A course dedicated to summarizing what’s been learned and what are future obligations.