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Education

  • B.S. Secondary Education, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, 1998
  • B.A. Intercultural Ministries, New Tribes Mission Bible Institute, 2003
  • M.S. Education, Baptist Bible Graduate School, 2014

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  • Religious Studies
  • Philosophy
  • History
  • Political Science

About Andrew Templeton

Hi, my name is Andrew Templeton. I was born and raised in Brasil, South America. My parents worked at an international school and I had the privilege of growing up in a foreign country and learning its culture and language. I also appreciated the Brazilian's love of food, soccer and social gatherings. Upon completing high school I returned to the United States and completed a B.A. degree in Religious Studies and Intercultural Ministry as well as a B.S. degree in Education with a concentration in the Social Sciences. I completed my Masters degree in Curriculum and Instruction in the field of Education. I have taught in public schools in the United States as well as in international schools in Brazil and Thailand. I am fluent in English, Portuguese, Spanish and I learned a little Thai during the four years I lived in Thailand. I currently am the Dean of Education at a Bible College in Wisconsin. I have organized and led student trips to Spain, England, France, Germany, Switzerland and the Philippines. I love learning about and teaching any material that deals with culture, language and the joys and trials of the human experience.

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Until the twelfth century, Latin was the language used among the educated and within literature. Research and report on the origins of vernacular language, and its spread. Assess and evaluate the impacts the spread of vernacular languages on cultures during this period.

Until the twelfth century, Latin was the language used among the educated and within literature. Research and report on the origins of vernacular language, and its spread. Assess and evaluate the impacts the spread of vernacular languages on cultures during this period.

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Decentering of Culture for Native Americans

Analyze and interpret the following quotation: "Worldwide, non-Western cultures faced fundamental challenges to their cultural identities" not so much a re-centering of culture but a decentering of culture" (Sayre, 2010, p.419).
The explosion of European colonization and empire building in the 1 READ MORE »

International Development / Culture and Diversity » 380288
Business / Finance / Capital Structure and Firm Value » 356930
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