Even after decades of work, I still find it as refreshing, exciting and new as the day I first started! Over the years my professional life has led me to many diverse and stimulating occupations where I have never had to do the same thing twice. I started off in the world of education 30 years ago. I gave 110%. After helping hundreds of children, I moved on to helping teachers as an educational consultant. I also wrote textbooks and articles and developed educational workshops on media literacy. I was in charge of a network that worked to integrate technology in the classroom and I was at the head of various other projects for the Ministry of Education. The list goes on…
TODAY'S LIFE is a collection of educational posters offering preteens and teens a few simple clues to better understanding the times we are living in. What should be included in the general culture of today’s youth? What should we be teaching them so that they will be better equipped in the early 21st century? What would we, as adults, enjoy learning ourselves? These are some of the questions that I asked both myself and the people around me. Even though the 21st century has only just begun, the year 2000 is already far behind. Inventions and innovations are multiplying daily. From the size and units of digital information, to super foods, to everyday ecological actions and the language of the Internet, just to name a few, this collection presents some of the knowledge necessary to keep up with current changes. While it is true that everything can be found online, searching for the right information is often tricky and time consuming! Our content is reliable, validated and presented in an attractive format that young people will enjoy and consult again and again.
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Today I work as a consultant, design educational material, and teach. My interest in the problems that face schools as they try to keep up with the 21st century remains constant. I continue to contribute, in my own way, to make things happen, and that includes my new series of posters about life today.