Vivek Sharma
  • 59, Male
  • Chandigarh, U. T.
  • India
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  • George Haines
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  • Dr. Nellie Deutsch
  • Doris Molero de Martins
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  • Jagdeep Singh Pannu
  • Anne Mirtschin
  • Daniel Bassill
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  • Hans Feldmeier

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Teacher, trainer, researcher and an aggressive learner.
Keen Interest in entrepreneurship, Intrapreneurship, ICT and using innovative tech. to encourage learning.

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At 10:38pm on March 14, 2009, Dr.Tamishra Swain said…
hi Vivek
will you be interested to contribute a book chapter of your teaching experience.Please visit my profile for the book chapter invitation.
A response is solicited.
At 2:03am on January 8, 2009, Jagdeep Singh Pannu said…
Hi Vivek,

Yes, I am based in Chandigarh. We should meet up sometime. Thanks for your number; I shall connect with you soon.

At 8:49am on January 6, 2009, Hans Feldmeier said…
Hi Vivek, welcome and thanks for joining Group Digiskills.
Feel free to join also:
DigiSkills in order to share blog entries, links ....
At 3:42pm on December 13, 2008, Anne Mirtschin said…
Hello Vivek Welcome to classroom20. Although I am economics trained, I have never taught the subject. Instead, I have been lucky to teach information technology(computers) and accounting. It looks like you have already made some valuable connections in this classroom.
At 8:05am on December 13, 2008, Daniel Bassill said…
Thanks for introducing yourself. I encourage you to browse the sections of I've been networking with a growing number of people from India and some of my technology projects have been developed by volunteers from India who now live in the US.

You'll see that we're creating maps showing where poverty is concentrated in Chicago, and pointing to organizations who already operate and are in constant search of dollars, volunteers, ideas, technology. We're using advertising-based principles to try to connect those programs with needed resources, while also providing information that other groups could use to create new programs in areas where none now exist.

Much of the information on the site could be used in any city in the world. It just needs a local leader, or intermediary, to connect local users with the information, and to create local data of existing NGOs working with youth.

Join if you'd like to get involved.
At 3:34pm on November 1, 2008, Brian said…
Welcome to Classroom 2.0! Teachers are the same the world over!


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