Robert A. Schultz, Ph.D.

Robert A. Schultz, Ph.D.

Robert A. Schultz, Ph.D., is professor of gifted education and curriculum studies at the University of Toledo in Ohio, where he directs the CIGI (Curriculum and Instruction Gifted) program and coordinates doctoral programs in curriculum and instruction and early childhood education. A man of many hats, Bob also travels the country as a consultant in gifted education and curriculum development/evaluation, working with families and teachers addressing social/emotional needs of the gifted and developing education plans for gifted and highly/profoundly gifted individuals; teaches in public schools; and conducts research in and writes about giftedness—especially from the perspective of children, teens, and young adults (with more than 100 articles and book chapters and two books under his belt). Most importantly, he is better known as Dad to his kids.

Bob and his wife, Cindy, live in Waterville, OH, but hope to one day while away their time sailing in the Caribbean supported by their children (did you hear that, kids?). Until then, Bob plans to continue helping parents, teachers, and school districts meet the diverse needs of gifted learners in and out of classrooms.

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