Jamaica – Montego Bay

Lindsay – Music of Jamaica

Katie – Social Work for children in Jamaica

Kelsey – Business in Jamaica

Alyssa – Food in Montego Bay

Stefan – Social Work for families in Jamaica

Sara – Behavioral disabilities in Jamaica

Chris – Sports in Jamaica

Ashley – Fashion in Jamaica

Catie – History in Jamaica

Olivia – Religion in Jamaica

Tarjei – Demographics in Jamaica

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11 Responses to Jamaica – Montego Bay

  1. Rosheena Bailey says:

    Hello from Sam Sharpe. I am currently studying to be an English Language and Literature teacher. I am from Clark’s Town, Trelawny.

    Please write me if you want to know anything about my beautiful country Jamaica. 🙂

  2. Demar Harding says:

    What’s up from Sam Sharpe!!!
    Much love happy to meet you guys

  3. Moya Aurora Williams says:

    Hey, everyone………..i like u all…….such a nice bunch of ppl……do come again and enjoy our wonderful country……party and stay out late caz wen u go back, its time for sch…..

  4. Llamar Smith says:

    hope everyone is doing great, u all look gr8 solana parties hard and also whitley! and yes you do!!! any ways have a gud day!!!

  5. Waynesworth Dawkins says:

    Nice to meet you guys, hope you enjoy your stay in our lovely island. Text wayne if you want to know anything else about Jamaica.

  6. Amy says:

    Hello,
    I am Amy and I am a mathematics and secondary education major. I am really interested in athletics and i plan on doing more with it when i graduate.

  7. caitie715 says:

    Rosheena: Does your town of Trewlawny have any association with the legends of the seer family known as Trewlany? (this is not based upon Harry Potter, there are other references).

    • Rosheena Bailey says:

      Hello…Well caitie715, i would have to do some research on that and get back 2 u..Is that ok?

  8. Dear Participants in International and CrossCultural Education, Eastern Connecticut State University:

    Thank you for participating in this international discussion. Our semester at Eastern CSU is heading to its closing so this class will not be using this blogspace for discussion much after May 11, 2011. We hope to have another class interested in international discussions starting during summer 2011.

    We have enjoyed the online discussion and getting to know you. I am thinking that an even more direct way to support an international discussion would be to use FaceBook. Would that work for you?

    I have developed a FaceBook group called International and CrossCultural Education, Eastern CSU at

    http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_206409209382175#!/home.php?sk=group_206409209382175

    Please consider joining that group and continuing the discussion with this spring 2011 class. There should be another class in the summer for further discussions.

    We hope to hear from you again soon.

    David Stoloff, Professor, Education
    Eastern Connecticut State University
    stoloffd@easternct.edu

  9. lathamkelsey says:

    My name is Kelsey Latham and I am very interested to get the jamaican perspective on how you feel about your country’s economy. I would love to hear your opinion on what is currently going on in your country and the impact it is having on you. Also, I would appreciate some feedback on the powerpoint on business in Jamaica and how accurate the information is from your point of view.
    Thank you and hope to hear from all of you!

  10. stbond says:

    Hello my name is Stefan Bond,
    I’m am really interested in the Jamaican culture and history. My interest is actually sparked by the fact that I am have Jamaican. My Mother and her side of the family is full blooded Jamaican, but unfortunately a lot of the culture was not passed down in my generation. I really would like to learn more about the culture, and my interest go deeper than basic facts that can be looked. I would like if anyone one could give feedback on my power point. I personal feel that a lot of the information I received were a bit extreme due to the nature of the topic

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