Recognized infant learning expert, Dr. Robert Titzer, has a grand vision of making the world a better place by allowing children greater opportunities for success throughout life by developing early reading skills.
Robert C. Titzer, Ph.D., an educator and researcher in the field of infant learning and father of two daughters, currently lives in San Diego County in California. After earning his teaching credentials from San Diego State University, he taught in the public schools on Guam and in California. Titzer completed a master of science degree from The Pennsylvania State University and a Ph.D. in Human Performance from Indiana University, where he worked in infant development laboratories conducting theoretically important experiments related to infant learning. Titzer has conducted research in laboratories around the country and he has taught at several universities.
Dr. Titzer has become a recognizable expert in the area of infant learning and his work has been published in scientific journals—including the prestigious Psychological Review. Titzer has given talks about early learning on four continents—speaking with tens of thousands of parents around the world. He demonstrates fun learning activities that parents can do with infants and toddlers to stimulate brain development. Dr. Titzer has appeared on thousands of TV programs and networks including SKY TV, Good Morning America, The CBS Early Show, The Richard & Judy Show, Channel 5 (in the United Kingdom), UTV (in Northern Ireland), The David and Kim Show (in Australia), Canada AM, A Current Affair (in Australia), CNN, MSNBC, Headline News, The Discovery Channel, CBS This Morning, ABC World News Now, Knowledge TV, Real TV, Parenting Principles (on PBS), EXTRA, and The Learning Channel.
Dr. Titzer is trying to change the way societies view early literacy and share his knowledge about the importance of early learning. Dr. Titzer created the Your Baby Can Read!, Your Child Can Read!, and Your Baby/Child Can Discover! programs. He taught both of his daughters to read as babies. His children and other children who have learned using his approach are examples of the success that can be achieved through early learning.
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