Bob Coulter learned to be a teacher at Antioch in the ‘80s under the guidance of David Sobel, Heidi Watts, Ron Labrusciano, and others. He went on to a career as an elementary grade teacher in suburban Atlanta, Memphis, Boston, and St. Louis before changing careers to work for the Missouri Botanical Garden. Along the way he completed his doctorate in science education at Boston University, but finds most of his rooting as a progressive educator deriving from his time at Antioch. Throughout his career, Bob has maintained a practitioner-researcher focus that draws larger meaning out of direct work with teachers and kids. In addition to being co-author of a dozen books, he is now working on his own book, due out in 2014, articulating how teachers and kids who make a difference in the community go about their work differently. Aside from his professional work, Bob is active in the community, maintaining five weekly volunteer stints working with kids.