Professor of Gifted Education and Curriculum StudiesRobert Schultz
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Gillham Hall Room 2000Z
Mail Stop 924
Robert A. Schultz, Ph.D., Kent State University. Dr. Schultz teaches courses in gifted education, curriculum theory, qualitative research and middle grades philosophy, methods and practice. His work addresses the social and emotional needs of gifted individuals including teacher education, individualization, and program evaluation, design and delivery enhancing opportunities for critical learning engagement in and beyond classrooms. Research interests include underachievement, perfectionism, the phenomenology of gifted individual’s lived experience, visual sociology, teacher education praxis, and interactional discourse analysis including teacher as researcher.