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Who We Are - Core Team

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David Rath Ph.D.

Director of Academic Affairs, Christ's College, Taipei

Adjunct Professor, Shih Chien University, Taipei

  • Ph.D., Biola University
  • M.A., Wheaton College Graduate School
  • B.A., Hampden-Sydney College

Dr. Rath enjoys enabling others to solve intercultural and educational problems through critical and creative thinking techniques.
 

Expertise

  • Business
    Consulting: Inter-cultural issues
  • Family
    Consulting: Inter-cultural issues
  • Ministry
    Consulting: Inter-cultural issues
    Training: Inter-cultural problem solving

Working Experience

Dr. Rath enjoys enabling others to solve intercultural and educational problems through critical and creative thinking techniques. He teaches negotiation, public speaking, how to use open-source software (such as OpenOffice, Linux and Moodle), and a number of English language focused courses (composition, speed reading, and conversation). 

Family

Dr. Rath is married and has two boys. He currently attends a Chinese church in Taipei where he teaches a course on The Gospel of Luke and advises a group of young professionals--the Sunflowers.

Others

He hopes that sharing his talents will encourage others to believe in Christ. “After all, what gives us hope and joy, and what is our proud reward and crown? It is you! Yes, you will bring us much joy as we stand together before our Lord Jesus when he comes back again.” (1 Thessalonians 2:19, NLT).

Publications  

Books
 

  • "Socialization as Education in a Cross-Cultural Revitalization Movement in Southern California." University Press of America, Fall 2009)


Articles

  •  "Express yourself: changing plans." Studio Classroom, pp. 6-7, 1994, September.
  •  "A new year puzzle." Studio Classroom, pp. 20-21, 1995, January.
  •  "A Valentine’s Day puzzle." Studio Classroom, pp. 13, 43, 1995, February.
  •  "English from south of the border." Studio Classroom, p. 13, 1995, May.
  •  "Wake up and smell the Arabic." Studio Classroom, p. 13, 1995, September.
  •  "Business in Taiwan." Let’s Talk in English, pp. 43-52, 1995 October.
  •  "Saving and spending money." Let’s Talk in English, pp. 20-42, 1996, January.
  •  "Taking photos." Let’s Talk in English, pp. 17-40, 1996, February.
  •  "From India to English." Studio Classroom, p. 13, 1996, February.
  •  "I can’t decide what to wear!" Let’s Talk in English, pp. 6-12, 1996, March.
  •  "Jessie is late again." Let’s Talk in English, pp. 12-18, 1996, May.
  •  "Describing people." Let’s Talk in English, pp. 14-20, 1996. June.
  •  "Good grades." Let’s Talk in English, pp. 6-12, 1996, September.
  •  "Buying furniture." Let’s Talk in English, pp. 6-12, 1996, October.
  •  "City fun." Let’s Talk in English, pp. 13-20, 1996, October.
  •  "Afraid of flying." Let’s Talk in English, pp. 6-15, 1996, November.
  •  "There’s no place to practice English." Let’s Talk in English, pp. 20-43, 1996, December.
  •  "Small talk." Let’s Talk in English, pp. 6-10, 1997, January.
  •  "Getting ready for Chinese New Year." Let’s Talk in English, pp. 6-14,1997, February.
  • "Going to the park." Let’s Talk in English, pp. 45-51, 1997, March.
  •  "Head and shoulders, knees and toes." Let’s Talk in English, pp. 6-9, 1997, May.
  • "Garage sales." Let’s Talk in English, p. 51-52, 1997, June.
  •  "Giving a speech." Let’s Talk in English, pp. 6-10, 1997, October.
  •  "Fire." Let’s Talk in English, pp. 18-39, 1997, October.
  •  "Being thankful." Let’s Talk in English, pp. 45-50, 1997, November.
     

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