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Best Practices for Hosting a Televeda Class

Best Practices for Hosting a Televeda Class

Tech Set-Up

Start the class 15 minutes early to make sure your tech set-up is good.
Please make sure all other applications and web pages are closed for the best streaming experience.
Please make sure that your computer is charged or charging.
Make sure that you are hardwired with an ethernet cord or that your router is on if you're using a wireless network.
If you're having issues please run an internet speed test by clicking on this link Internet Speed Test.
Your internet service speeds should be in the 10 to 25 Mbps download speed range and at least 3 Mbps upload speed. If it's not and there are any issues during class, please let the students know the Internet is a little slow, and please send us a message by clicking on the yellow tech support button.
If you're unsure about your set-up, please reach out to the Televeda Support team to set up a test class.

Best Practices for Engagement

Greet everyone and ask them to introduce themselves before starting the class.
Keep an eye on the chat
Join the Televeda Facebook group and post consistently to remind members of your class, and to encourage new members to join.
Attend classes hosted by other Televeda instructors to exchange ideas and learn from each other

Moderating Users

Please read this article for more information on moderating users.

Need Help During a Live Class?

Click on the yellow Tech Support button in the top right corner of the host screen to open a live chat session with the Televeda support team.

Call us on our toll-free number +1(833) 299-1449.
Email us at

Updated on: 25/08/2023

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