Keith Heggart

Keith Heggart


Dr Keith Heggart is an early career researcher in the School of International Studies and Education, with a focus on learning and instructional design, educational technology and civics and citizenship education. He is currently exploring the way that online learning platforms can assist in the formation of active citizenship amongst Australian youth. Keith is a former high school teacher, having worked as a school leader in Australia and overseas, in government and non-government sectors. In addition, he has worked as an Organiser for the Independent Education Union of Australia, and as an independent Learning Designer for a range of organisations.

  • Learning Design
  • Learning Analytics
  • Citizenship Education
  • Critical and Creative Thinking


Recent News

  • Post: If only politicians focused on the school issues that matter. This election is a chance to get them to do that

  • Projects

  • Project: Design for Learning
  • Project: Justice Pedagogy and Active Digital Citizenship

  • Recent Publications

  • Publication: Edureading: Teachers Engaging with Research Online
  • Publication: Formulated Professional Identity of Learning Designers and the Role of Open Education in Maintaining That Identity
  • Publication: Microcredentials
  • Publication: The Links between Activist Citizenship Education and Student Voice
  • Publication: What Should Learning Designers Learn?
  • Publication: A New Understanding of Civic Participation: Citizens in Action or Citizens in Waiting?
  • Publication: A Resurgence of Civil Action
  • Publication: Activist Citizenship Education: A Framework for Creating Justice Citizens
  • Publication: Alternative and Non-Government Organisation Forms of Civics and Citizenship Education
  • Publication: Apathetic or Activist? Young People, Citizenship and the Public Sphere