Using the Classroom

What browser (Chrome, Firefox, Safari) should I use?

Making sure you use an approved browser is the #1 thing you can do to ensure your lessons go well!

John Aitchison
by John Aitchison

Test your audio/video on our test page

Quickly testing your audio and video before your lessons is the #2 thing you can do to ensure your lesson works well!

Silvia Aguilar
by Silvia Aguilar

What can I do if I'm having audio or video problems in a lesson?

Oh no! Follow the steps here to get your issue fixed and get back to learning

John Aitchison
by John Aitchison

Audio recommendations - audio is important!

Your teacher needs to be able to clearly hear you, so please read up here on how you can get clear audio

Luz Wildt
by Luz Wildt

Can I use a phone or tablet for lessons?

You can, but please read our notes here about iPhones, iPads, and browsers to use

Luz Wildt
by Luz Wildt

How to change the chat message font size

Chat messages in the classroom might be too small, or big, for your liking. No problem!

Silvia Aguilar
by Silvia Aguilar

Mobile devices - swipe left to see chat messages

You can still definitely access chat messages in the classroom when you're using a smaller mobile device. Swipe left!

John Aitchison
by John Aitchison

How to share your screen with your teacher during a lesson

Sharing your screen is as easy as a click

Silvia Aguilar
by Silvia Aguilar

How can I see myself during a lesson?

How you can quickly check video of yourself during a lesson!

John Aitchison
by John Aitchison

Troubleshooting issues with your microphone

Microphone issues can be really frustrating. Here are some troubleshooting tips

John Aitchison
by John Aitchison
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