"A partir de casa optou por utilizar um modelo de aulas digitais assíncronas (conversas gravadas de 50 minutos) combinado com sessões de diálogo on-line intenso de curta duração (20 minutos) e em grupos pequenos de 3 a 5 alunos, com um ou dois dias de intervalo."
For some people, questioning comes easily. Their natural inquisitiveness, emotional intelligence, and ability to read people put the ideal question on the tip of their tongue. But most of us don’t ask enough questions, nor do we pose our inquiries in an optimal way.
This Commons Transition Primer website contains new and adapted texts by P2P Foundation members, including its founder, Michel Bauwens. As part of an ongoing multimedia project/campaign, our intention with this site is to make the P2P Foundation’s core ideas on the Commons and P2P accessible, attractive and shareable for commoners and communities worldwide.
We’ve built some other useful features into this site. Click here to learn more about its structure and distinguishing features.
The Commons Transition Primer website project was coordinated and edited by Stacco Troncoso and Ann Marie Utratel (except where other authorship is noted). Elena Martínez Vicente led the design and UX, Mercè Moreno Tarrés provided the illustrations, and Javier Arturo Rodriguez took care of the technical details and backend. Thanks are due to David Bollier, Vasilis Kostakis and Rajesh Makwana for reviewing the texts in the “Shorts” section. Special thanks are also due for the technical expertise and last-minute interventions of our colleague, Lisha Sterling.
The off icial International Bachelor’s Degree in Entrepreneurial Leadership and Innovation specialized in Arts and Cultural and Creative Industries (LEINN ARTS) faces one of the greatest challenges of today: educating for the needs of people and society of the 21st century through creativity in relationship with Art and Creative Industries.
You are entering a Critical Zone! The Critical Zone is just a few kilometers thick. It is the only region of the Earth that has been transformed by life over many eons. The digital exhibition Critical Zones is dedicated to the critical situation of this fragile membrane of life. As more works and contributions are added, it will grow and change continuously. It is linked to a physical exhibition at ZKM | Karlsruhe, which will open in the course of summer 2020. Welcome! Read more
The Murmurations protocol is a new way to manage directories and maps.
LEINN es el grado oficial en Liderazgo Emprendedor e Innovación en el que diseñarás productos y servicios reales, trabajarás con clientes en entornos reales y contrastarás en el mundo lo que aprendes. LEINN hace parte de Mondragon Team Academy MTA, una red global de emprendedores/as en equipo, creada en 2008 con más de 1300 jóvenes emprendedores ubicados en 8 localizaciones en 3 continentes.
In the Basque country of Northern Spain, the Mondragon Corporation—the world’s largest co-operative business enterprise—has found ways to weather economic crises, avoid severe income inequality, and build long-term worker loyalty. Why don’t more businesses follow “the Mondragon model”?
This IoO project explores and documents efforts to form free, open source alternatives to corporate cloud infrastructures, especially through cooperative business models.
This is a directory of platform cooperativism ecosystem. Use the drop-down menus to explore.
The most widely adopted set of open and visual tools for designing ecosystem-platform strategies.
How can citizens, policy-makers and businesses co-design circular and regenerative cities?
For over thirty years, we’ve been finding, fueling and creating the most impactful and scalable solutions to lift families out of poverty in New York City. We partner with over 250 nonprofits to support food, housing, education, legal services, workforce development, and more to New Yorkers living in poverty across all five boroughs.
OUR BOARD COVERS 100% OF ALL OVERHEAD SO EVERY DOLLAR YOU DONATE GOES TO HELP NEW YORKERS IN NEED.
The Maker Mile (www.makermile.cc) was mapped by Machines Room a FabLab just down the canal on Vyner Street; a cobbled cul de sac filled with wharfs and warehouses home to taxi mechanics, sign printers, and London’s oldest umbrella maker. Instigated by Clear Village and with support from Human Cities, Maker Mile launched during London Design Festival 2015 with Open Mile. For one night 12 spaces opened their workshops and the public could get involved with hands on making and behind the scenes tours of workspaces. Over 600 people collected a map, made locally at East London Print Makers, followed the trail on a rainy Monday night and experienced the thriving community, that many, including those already working there, hadn’t realised was on their doorstep.
Fab City Prototype: TOMORROW
After giving the group a general perspective on the spaces and people that are currently shaping the prototype, participants were invited to work on three particular subjects that are key to designing a roadmap for the future of the neighbourhood:
Fabrication & materials: with complementary production ecosystems happening inside the local network of Fab Labs, citizens have the possibility to produce what they consume, recirculating materials inside the neighbourhood and the city to reduce waste and carbon emissions associated with long-distance mass production and distribution chains.
Food production: growing food on the rooftops of Barcelona. Through urban agriculture practices, citizens can grow part of what they eat turning production of local clean food in a regular pat of their lives.
Energy: Renewable energy production. With the arrival of domestic batteries and the cost drop of solar technologies, citizens have the tools to produce part of their domestic energy consumption.
This Handbook is a practical resource from the Fab City Global Initiative. It aims to be a useful guide for information, tools and other types of materials that can support you and your city to become a locally productive and globally connected city by 2054.
Com isso se muda a perspectiva de processo, que não deve ter como prioridade apenas os conteúdos. A perspectiva é o CONTEXTO (sujeitos, sociedade onde vivem ) CONCEITO ( qual a ideia que o problema traz) e finalmente o CONTEÚDO ( a ferramenta que será usada na resolução do problema), e chagamos ao conhecimento e a uma aprendizagem significativa. Um dos exemplos para ilustrar é na matemática, o aprendizado da regra de três para crianças de 12 anos. A regra de três é a ferramenta, a técnica, o conteúdo: Se a/b = c/d então a.d = b.c. Qual o CONCEITO que dá origem a esta regra? É um dos conceitos mais importantes para o ensino de matemática, estatística, física, química, entre outras: o conceito de Proporção. Mas onde este conceito surge e onde faz sentido? Qual o CONTEXTO onde ele aparece? E qual o Contexto que faz sentido e desperte a curiosidade para crianças de 12 anos? %, densidade populacional, estatísticas sobre assuntos diversos, etc.
Solidarity as a Business Model.
Start.coop accelerates the growth and development of the next generation of
co-operative entrepreneurs with the knowledge, tools, and financing necessary to build businesses that share prosperity among the many, not just the few.
Stocksy United is a platform co-op where businesses, consumers, and graphic designers can find beautiful and compelling stock content to license for usage in design, presentations, ads, etc. The artists are paid a relatively high percentage of the royalties generated by each image sale: 50% on standard licenses and 75% on extended licenses. On top of that, in the event of year-end company surplus, Stocksy shares this surplus with its artists in the form of patronage.