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WHAT WORKS IN EDUCATION The George Lucas Educational Foundation

Keith Heggart

I'm a dedicated, passionate teacher from Sydney. I've worked in England for 5 years, and in Australia for about the same. My teaching areas have included English, History, Geography and Business Studies, and my main areas of interest are technology and civics and citizenship education.

Outside of school, I'm working on my doctorate at UTS, running a business developing iPhone applications, tutoring and trying to get fit enough to play rugby again. I also brew my own beer. Check me out here: www.mrheggart.com

Areas of Interest: 
Business Studies,
Technology,
Civics and Citizenship,
Project Based Learning

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