About Robert Bruce Scott, Ed.D.
Robert Bruce Scott earned an M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction - T.E.S.L. (1984) - at University of Kansas before starting an overseas teaching career that took him to Ecuador, Japan, and Saudi Arabia, eventually settling for 10 years in New York City and returning to his home state of Kansas in 2002, where he has worked as a teacher educator and advocate for students and families from diverse heritages and students with special needs over the past two decades. In 2011, he fulfilled a lifelong dream of completing his doctorate in special education (Ed.D.) at Kansas State University. Robb Scott has four children, who all are bilingual or multilingual, and three grandchildren, two girls and a boy. Dr. Scott is an educational consultant with expertise in TESOL, special education, and educational technology. He has managed ESL MiniConference Online since 2001 and recently started a newsletter called Multilingual Adaptive Systems.
Connect with Robb
Center for Research on Education, Diversity, and Excellence (2018). Center for Research on Education, Diversity, and Excellence Hawai‘i Project (CREDE). Curriculum Research & Development Group, University of Hawai‘i Mānoa College of Education.
The Center for Universal Design (1997). The principles of universal design, version 2.0, 4/1/97. North Carolina State University.
Gusman, J. (July, 2003). Elementary education sheltered instruction. Third Annual CLD Institute, Garden City, KS.
Ortiz, D.L. & Guss, T.O. (1995). Counseling implications for male Hispanic dropouts: Forging a prevention program.
Salva, C. (April, 2022). Supporting newcomers and SLIFE through to graduation (Webinar). Center for Academic Language Development Webinar Series, Seidlitz Education.
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