Purpose: Demonstrate awareness of and engagement with wider issues that inform their practice.
Statements here should show how relevant legislation, policies, strategies, technical standards, professional/research codes of practice and so on have influenced your work. You are not expected to have expert knowledge of all of these areas, but are expected to be aware of how they relate to your current practice. The relevant legislation is likely to include special educational needs/accessibility, discrimination, copyright and intellectual property, data protection and privacy issues.
The kinds of evidence that would support this would include minutes of meetings with legal advisers, documentation showing how legal issues have influenced work (such as reports or data protection forms), justifications for modifications to a course to reflect new policies or a record of how technical standards have been taken into account during system development.
Evidence and Reflection
3a. Understanding and engaging with legislation, policies, and standards
- New Zealand Legal Context: Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act (HPCA) (2003) and Reflective Practice
- Developing a Guideline for Audio and Video Recording for Assessment Moderation