Sushil Adhikari
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Sushil Adhikari replied to Julie Wilson's discussion I'm new here.
"Nice to see you as a new member here. I'm also new too. I'm a blind person from Nepal. Currently, working as a computer teacher for the blind. I'm doing a research on technological progress in affluent countries for the blind. So,…"
Jul 28, 2010
Sushil Adhikari commented on Steve Hargadon's group Classroom 2.0 Beginner Group!
"Hello, I'm Sushil from Nepal. I'm a blind person and a new member in this group. I find a little bit difficult to navigate through this site and also I'm getting confused to get started different activities in the site. Please will…"
Jul 28, 2010

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Forward Looking, Computer Resource Centre
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http://www.creativesushil.wordpress.com
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creativesushil
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facebook: gloomy_sushil@yahoo.com
About Me
I am Sushil Adhikari From Kathmandu, Nepal. I am a simple person of 22 with extra-ordinary feelings in life. I’m a blind person; I can’t see this physical world at all. Currently, I'm working at Forward Looking Computer Centre as the computer trainor for the blind, and also going to initiate a new website so as to make people aware of various issues concerning disability.

Not only that, there are many things I like to do; to read and write, to feel and experience new things in life. I like to learn and let other learn by sharing knowledge and information that I’ve got. I also love to listen classical and scentimental music too. I’ve also keen interest in finding the novelty on computer and information technology. To more extent, I am just someone who does teaching, some research, sharing and some writing.

As for my education, currently I’m studying in National Integrated College. I have an ambition to be a lawyer, especially to support and uphold human rights and equality among citizens as well as to raise the voiced of voiceless, back ward, disabled and oppressed people through advocacy.

I'm also actively involving in the personal campaign that is through blog site and other social activities, in order to disseminate positive notes, to create awareness through my articles and creative writings by raising various issues of concern in order to let people know about various reference, persuasion, interpretation, information as well as fun and entertainment regarding the various timely subject matters of society, culture, politics and technology.

Now, the world seems to be completely eaten up by the unhealthy competition of material prosperity and self-centered nature of modern people, by which the very sense of love, faith, humanity, co-operation, sharing and altruism are in the verge of extinction. In this condition, I’ll try my best to provide the positive and effective notes of rationality in the public at large.

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At 6:36am on July 28, 2010, Brian Lamore said…
Namaste Sushiljee,

How are you? I will not be teaching Technology this year, but in the past I try to get my students to use technology more for education. They like to use tech. for entertainment and social relationships. Here are some activities from our class in past years:

We explore how cell phones can now be used to access the Internet. Many of our students have this type of phone now.

I let students find a website they are interested in, and then they have to teach the other students how to use it and why it is helpful.

I also teach some programming with a software called Alice. It is a free animation program.

Brian
 
 
 

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