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Phil Hart

Phil Hart

Phil Hart

Computer geek turned educator, now mixes the two activities. Lives in the hills east of Perth, Australia with @JoHart, along with 1 mad dog, 2 mad cats and scores of mad poultry.



Keynote Panel: Assessing Assessment

Date & Times: Sunday, July 31st, 4am LA Time; 19:00 to 20:00 Perth time. More time zones

Schedule with Webinar Room Link: Schedule (see line 119 on the timezone sheets).

Description: What is effective assessment? Are there alternatives? How do we replace standardized testing? How can teachers who are forced to do standardized testing make this as painless as possible?


Presentation Title/Description: The Textbook, the Classroom and the Internet

An exploration of the way that the Information Revolution has changed teaching in the classroom and where it might go in the future.

Dates & Times: Friday, July 29th, 2011, 4:30pm LA Time, Saturday 30th, 2011 7:30am Perth Time More time zones!

Schedule with Webinar Room Link: Schedule (see line 36 on the timezone sheets).

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One thought on “Phil Hart

  1. Hi Phil, how are you – long time since got in touch, really pleased to ‘find’ you again!
    Love to you both,

    Posted by Lindsay | June 18, 2011, 11:42 am

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