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I am a Doctoral Student at Central Michigan University.

I am also a current Fulbright Scholar

I am a Lecturer of History, Caribbean Studies and Communication at the Montego Bay Community College in Jamaica. I have been teaching since 1999 as a pre- trained teacher and from 2002- present as a trained lecturer. I earned a Bachelor's Degree in the teaching of History from The University of the West Indies, A masters Degree in Educational Leadership with emphasis on Curriculum Development from Central Connecticut State University and I am currently working on my Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership with a Major in Educational technology and a minor in Ancient and European History. I am also doing a graduate certificate in Educational Technology from C.M.U.

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At 9:18am on November 10, 2009, Rhonda Berger said…
Thanks for adding me. You have an impressive Profile page.
At 10:43am on November 10, 2009, Dr. Dennis A. White said…

You might be interested in the online certification program we have developed for adjunct faculty. Check us out at


Dennis A. White, Ed.D.

P.S. My daughter's name is Alecia!
At 4:13pm on November 17, 2009, Cathy Swift said…
I'll do it in a few minutes.

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