Associate Member, Law Research Centre Research Strength
Teaching Fellow, Faculty of Law
B.Sc. (Qld), B. Com. (Qld), B.A. (Educational Studies) (UTS), LLB (UNSW), B. Sc. (Hons) (Qld), Grad. Dip. Legal Practice
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York, L.J. 2013, 'Legal Literacy And ICT: An Examination Of The Australian Teaching Standards And Implications For Teachers' Understandings Of Law', Australia & New Zealand Education Law Association Annual Conference, Bah'i Centre of Learning, Hobart, October 2013 in Proceedings Australia & New Zealand Education Law Association 22nd Annual Conference: Safe, Successful and Sustainable Education - Is the Law a Sword or a Shield?, ed n/a, ANZELA, n/a, pp. 69-78.
This paper examines the Australian (formerly National) Professional Standards for Teachersl (Australian Standards or Standards) and highlights requirements for teacher legal literacy related to information and communication technologies (leT). This examination includes consideration of'teachers' responsibilities, student and teacher safety and pedagogy described in the Standard's Domains of Professional Knowledge, Professional Practice and, Professional Engagement.