Teach In A Box is an online community aiming to provide teachers with original teaching
materials prepared by their fellow educators and in doing so we acknowledge the
intellectual property of our users and we ask that members have the same respect
by not infringing on the copyright of their fellow teachers.
At Teach In A Box we recognise that issues regarding copyright concerns do occur
and outlined below is the process required to follow through with any queries. Please
email through the below information:
- Provide a description of the item which you believe has been infringed on Teach
In A Box, include the title of the item as well as the author. Also please describe
where the item is located on the site for e.g. under the category Year 5, Math,
Quiz, Under $5.
- Provide a description of the item in question which you believe has infringed with
the title of the item as well as the author.
- Describe in detail how you believe the alleged item has infringed the copyrighted
- A written declaration, in good faith, by the disputed party that you believe the
work in question constitutes copyright infringement as the materials authored have
not been authorised by the copyright holder, its agents, or law. In this declaration
you undertake that the information provided is truthful and that you are the authorised
copyright holder or are the authorised individual to act on behalf of the copyright
- The declaration is to be electronically or physically signed by the individual authorised
to act on behalf of the copyright holder.
- Please ensure that your contact details are provided in this statement including
your first and last name, telephone number, residential address and email address.
Evaluation of Infringement Notice
As soon as your items has been submitted for review we will analyse the situation
presented and if there seems to be an infringement of copyright evident, then the
immediate removal of the material will take place.
Dispute and Resolution
If you happen to be the accused, then you have the option of disputing the alleged
copyright infringement decision.
You will need to send an email through detailing the alleged item or items which
have been linked to the copyright infringement notices. You will need to be detailed
in your response explaining where the item appeared on the Teach In A Box site including
a declaration statement of why you believe there has been a misunderstanding or
mistake with the claim made against the item in question. You will need to specifically
detail the main points that you believe demonstrate the alleged accusations are
false in order for the accusation to be appropriately assessed. This will need to
be followed by your full contact details including your first and last name, telephone
number, residential address and email address. This then needs to be signed electronically
or physically by the accused.
Following this procedure the allegation will be assessed further and a decision
will be finalised regarding the final outcome of the matter at hand.