What am I allowed to do as a member?
All resources on our site are available to licensees to use with their own students, but may not be shared with others who do not have a license. We are a small family business, unlike our multinational competitors.
You will understand that we depend on customers’ honesty and fair-mindedness to continue to produce and distribute resources so that members can access quality resources to support excellent teaching of mathematics.
We recognise that teachers are by nature very generous, and gladly share their teaching resources with colleagues. That is why we have introduced our industry-leading shareable licenses for our resources memberships. This allows a small team or group of teachers on a single campus to legally and ethically share resources from Professor Pete’s Classroom.
Please check the following terms to ensure you have the appropriate license for your situation:
All Licenses: General Terms
- License is non-transferable.
- Resources may not be copied for, shared with, transferred to or otherwise made available for use by another teacher or students who are not directly taught by the original licensee teacher/s.
- When the license expires, all unused hard copies and all digital copies must be deleted from all devices.
Single Teacher License: Terms
- Licensed resources may be used by a single teacher for his or her students, for the life of the license (12-month license must be renewed annually).
Shareable Teacher Team License: Terms
- Licensed resources may be used by either
- two or three teachers or
- a team of teachers who teach the same grade or year level on a single campus
- Resources may be used with licensee teachers’ own students, for the life of the license (12-month license must be renewed annually).
School License: Terms
- Licensed resources may be used by all teaching staff with all students enrolled in the school on a single campus, for the life of the license (12-month license must be renewed annually).
- We offer school licenses at a number of price points, to make them affordable to schools with small enrollments. Licenses are sold based on the total number of teachers employed on a single campus, not on the number of teachers who expect to use our resources.