What is offered in exchange
Source code: Open Data: experiences, schools and resources database.
Reevo will work as a collective mapping tool to geolocalize schools, experiences and valuable resources. Such information will be available on an open Database under Copyleft licenses.
LicenseOpen Database License
Open Database License that allows for sharing, modifying, and using databases in identical conditions
Digital files: Contents Center and live education experiences
All the articles and resources will be available under a free license, including the experiences map which will be available for the online community, which will make the map grow.
LicenseCC - Attribution - ShareAlike
Creative Commons License with attribution that only allows sharing under identical licensing conditions
Source code: Open Source Platform
The development and integration of the platforms Elgg (Lorea) ad Wiki will be available for download and application on any similar project.Access
Services: Open Social Network
The Education Social Network will offer the possibility to coordinate groups of debate and work; will bring tools for collaborative production and deliberation to all users atAccess
Producción de Contenidos
Help gathering information, creating or editing articles of the Reevo Centre of Contents.Collaborate
We invite you to visit schools and innovative experiences with very little or even no information available, to document it and make them known.Collaborate
Bibliographic material donation
Cooperate bringing publications, books or documents about non-conventional education with low availability.Collaborate
Web development and software
Contributing € 10
Acknowledgment: AcknowledgmentsYour name and avatar will be part of the acknowledgments list and Project founders.50Co-financiers
Contributing € 30
Acknowledgment: Founder UserYour Reevo user profile will be permanent distinguished as a Founder User. As one of us, you will have future benefits + your name and avatar on the acknowledgements.76Co-financiers
Contributing € 70
Services: Super-UserPre-view access to the preliminary version of the platform, being able to participate on its development and collaborate actively to upgrade it. Your opinions and assets will be very valued! + Distinguished profile as “Founder User” with future benefits + Your name and avatar on the acknowledgments Limited reward
80 units left
Contributing € 100
Product: DiplomaA unique limited edition diploma on HQ paper acknowledging you as Founder User, exclusive Reevo material + Preview Access + Distinguished profile as “Founder User” with future benefits + Your name and avatar on the acknowledgements Limited reward
22 units left
Contributing € 300
Services: Experts ConsultingYou will be able to choose one of the referents who help Reevo to ask him/her everything you want during 2 hs. And learn everything you need to form or transform your educative project or family. We count with the support from free schools teachers, democratic schools, Montessori, Waldorf, experimental, holistic, collage professors, early education specialists, inclusion and homeschooling teachers + T-shirt + Preview Access + Distinguished profile as “Founder User” with future benefits + Your name and avatar on the acknowledgements Limited reward
8 units left
Contributing € 600
Direct Participation: PatronYour name or your organization’s will have a special acknowledgment, we will mention your website and you will be welcomed on the work team meetings in Buenos Aires or online. Your opinion counts for us and you will be on direct contact with the network coordinator + Experts consulting + T-shirt + Diploma + Preview Access + Distinguished profile as “Founder User” with future benefits + Your name and avatar on the acknowledgements Limited reward
4 units left
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Red de Pares is a non-profit NGO in process of development located in Argentina which purpose is to strength and promote communities or groups of people which organize themselves in a collective way, self-determined to carry on initiatives to resolve within the community problems linked to sustainability in areas such as production, communication, education, government and technology. Speech will be encouraged and also the exchange between communities, promoting the creation of collaborative networks founded on ideas about free access to knowledge, supportive practices, equality between members, communitarian defense and construction of their common goods.Show profile
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Reevo - Red de Educación Viva
to life, human beings and the environment:
- It’s a collaborative map and a database of non-conventional education knowledge, experiences,
institutions, resources and referents that outline the transformation of the actual schooling paradigm into a free learning paradigm.
- It’s an open source social network where users can share their experiences, find and meet with each other, creating and participating on thematic groups.
- It’s a crowdsourcing platform to promote the emerge of new unconventional educative projects.
Main featuresThe project consists on the design, development, launch and maintenance of an online web platform determined by 3 basic elements:  a social network,  a map and  a center of contents.
 The social network will setup as a node of Lorea, an free open source distributed social network technology increasingly user around the globe. This social network functionality is primarily thought for user to be able to sign in, discuss and group together. The platform also allows to create calendars, tools for collaborative work and also communication capabilities such as mailing, chats, blogs, etc..
 The map will allow to find people, experiences, organizations and resources. The mapping will be done collaboratively by the users and all the collected data will be available under an open database copyleft license.
 The so called “Center of Contents” is a wiki, where you could find a diversity of articles with explicative and objective content about the different topics, researches, referents and educative experiences as there exist. As any wiki, it will be editable by it's users. All the contents will be under a "Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike 3.0"
In the future we plan to include a crowdsourcing platform for educative projects, which we’ll call “Projects Incubator”.
Why this is importantThere are tons of non-conventional educative experiences all around the globe that are invisivilized on education discussions and expelled from public opinion.
There are many organizations that promote and do research about non-conventional education, but there’s no place that collects all that different experiences in an organized way.
The research done for the movie “The Forbidden Education” allowed us to
understand the need of parents and teachers to get more information about non-conventional educative experiences. They need to know and find initiatives and referents on non-conventional education, but they don’t have where to do it.
Goals of the crowdfunding campaign- Collect and provide acces to all the knowledges within the concept we’ve denominated as “live education”, non-conventional educative experiences that pursuits to promote the development of each individual and the construction of different ways of self-driven and truly democratic organizations.
- Expand that knowledge base by enabling anyone to update or provide new contents.
- Generate a place to engage communication to allow exchanges, meetings and discussions about education and learning.
- Promote the generation of new initiatives in this field.
Team and experienceThe non-profit NGO "Networks of Peers" it's formed by the group of people who made “The Forbidden Education”. Its action field doesn’t end on the audiovisual communication or in education; its purpose is to encourage actions and projects that search to strength self-organized communities to solve their own needs as a result of their collective action.
“The Forbidden Education” it's a copyleft film released in 2012 which gather en enormous amount of followers, co-producers and fans. The Facebook page has more than 75000 fans, including educators, parents and young people interested on non-conventional educative practices. The movie was financed through crowdfounding and it became the 1st Spanish-speaking movie to be financed and released under this methodology. The film is available under an open license which allows its copy, reuse and remix.
The research conducted for the documentary has given us certain experience in non-
conventional education and a very wide knowledge on diversity of proposals. The project has collected information from a lot of different educative experiences from all around the world, giving the research a wide perspective on non-conventional education.
The film was able to reunite and take ideas and proposals from diverse educative initiatives. It’s very common that participants of a specific non conventional education practice ignores other similar pedagogies. Even though "The Forbidden Education" sets out specifically the need for a new educative paradigm, it clearly refers to the respect of the diversity of proposals and educative experiences. The project does not support or benefit a certain model or educative method, but it encourages the dialogue, reflection and the participating role of the community as a main asset on the proposal. It is an independent project, not only in pedagogic terms, but also politically and economically.
After 6 months of the release, "The Forbidden Education" has been watched in over 30 countries, reproduced more than 6.000.000 times in Youtube, 400.000 downloads and 1000 independent projections. The movie is frequently used in teaching classes, universities, and Spanish speaking teacher formation centers, becoming a referent on the subject.
The team, led by German Doin Campos (www.freeingeducation.com), counts with referents on digital common studies, free culture and free software such as Franco Iacomella (www.francoiacomella.org) who participates in the project as a consultant. The supportive team is formed by Free Software developers who participate in the Lorea Project; including also wikipedists, designers and usability specialists.
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