Bob Iseminger has over 25 years of experience in public education as a classroom teacher, math resource teacher, and coordinator of a gifted education magnet center. He has worked in both urban and suburban settings at the elementary and middle school levels and in a consulting capacity with high school students.

Bob was named Teacher of the Year by his local district. He has been a member of the adjunct staff at Hollins University where he has taught methods classes in the Masters of Teaching program.

For 10 years, he taught gifted licensure courses for the state of North Carolina. Bob currently serves as a staff development consultant for school districts nationwide in addition to making presentations at state gifted conferences.

Bob’s Topics Include:

  • Differentiated Instruction in the Mixed Ability Classroom
  • Infusing Creative Thinking Into the Common Core Standards
  • Infusing Critical Thinking Into the Common Core Standards
  • Brain Based Learning and Its Implications to Common Core Standards
  • Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences
  • Infusing Critical Thinking into the Standard Curriculum
  • Demystifying Differentiation in Elementary School
  • Demystifying Differentiation in Middle or High School
  • Adding Depth and Rigor in the Pre-AP/AP Classroom
  • Project-based Learning in Support of Common Core Standards
  • Social and Emotional Needs of Gifted Students
  • Educating a Child in the Digital Age
  • Raising a Child in the Digital Age (for Parents)