Critical Thinking in the 21st Century
This book is not only to prepare you academically but also to build you up for the job market (lifetime) as well as spark your mind to think positively and critically.
Critical thinking is not found in many official school standards yet it is one of the most important qualities or skills required to develop the youth of this country who will go on to be successful actors in a competitively complicated world.
It is therefore in the right direction that the youth is prepared not only for academic feverishness but to have their minds engineered for finding solutions to the ever increasing challenges confronted by the world. We need critical thinkers and this book seeks to restructure the minds of its readers.
Edem Kojo Doe is a Pan-Africanist, Environmentalist, Gender Activist, Kufuor Scholar and an active volunteer. He believes that excellence is a need but perfection is a try. Edem is passionate about safety, health and environmental issues, youth development and leadership. He also believes in collectivism and multiculturalism as bedrock of global leadership.
Edem is a Landscape designer by profession. Formerly worked at Aburi Botanic Gardens as an Assistant Landscape designer and a tutor at the School of Horticulture, Aburi Botanic Gardens, Aburi.
He is currently the Landscape designer at the Office of the President, Peduase Lodge for the past nine years. Edem is an Alumnus of the University of Education, Winneba. He is the Founding President of Gender Association, University of Education, Winneba.
Edem is the Co-Founder of Lukdem Consult, a Non-Governmental Organization into youth development, environmental and peace advocacy.
Edem has been a speaker at several conferences and workshops. He was the speaker at the 2017 Global March on Elephants and Rhinos on the topic, “Importance of Reforestation to Wildlife in Ghana” at the Al Rayan International School (ARIS), East Legon-Accra, Ghana.
Edem is a member of the Ghana Institute of Horticulturists (GhIH). He is the Co-Founder and Executive Secretary, MENARCHE-I, an initiative that seeks to sensitize the general public on the need for good menstrual hygiene among teenage girls in rural areas in Ghana.