- When is JOTI held? How can you find out?
- Where will your Troop meet for the event? What equipment do you need?
- What do you know about online etiquette? How can you find out more?
- What would you like the world to know about your Scout Group?
- What would you like to learn about Scouting in other parts of the world?
- Get online and take part in Jamboree on the Internet!
- What do you know now that you did not know before?
- What did others want to know about Canada and Scouting?
- With what parts of the world did you make contact?
- How did you feel before, during and after this adventure?
- What would you do differently next time?
Keep it Simple
- What would you like to tell other Scouts about Scouting in Canada? What would you like to learn about Scouting in other countries? Create a list of questions that you would like to ask and create a list of answers to common questions other people might have, like what your uniform looks like and what sorts of activities you do in Scouting!
Take it Further
- Connect with a group through JOTI and build a friendship with them! Stay connected – you could even exchange letters or postcards. (Note: You should NOT do this as an individual – your pen-pal should be a group of Scouts and you should send letters along with the rest of your Section, rather than on your own).