Get started with EF Class.

Below you will find a series of guides and step-by-step tutorials to get you teaching great English lessons faster, with EF Class.

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Get the app that's right for your classroom.

We understand that not every classroom uses the same set of devices, so EF Class is available for both iPad and as a web app for PC and Mac.

Using iPads in your classroom?


Download our native iOS app from the Apple App Store by selecting the button below, and then sign up or sign in.


Note: We support devices running iOS 9.0 or newer. You can find out which version of iOS your device is running here

Using a desktop device in your classroom?


Download the latest version of Google Chrome or Safari, and then sign in or create an account.


Note: We currently only support devices with minimum screen sizes of 1024 x 768px, running Safari or Google Chrome.


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Signing into EF Class.

How do you start using EF Class? As a teacher, you will have to create a teacher account to access the teacher app. Follow these instructions and create your teacher account today.

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Exploring EF Class content.

We have over 300 hours of free, quality content, relevant to the needs of your class. In this video we take you through the ‘Discover’ page and give you some tips on how to find lessons suitable for your students’ levels and needs.

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Creating a class.

Learn how to set up your classes and how to help your students to create an account and join your class quickly.

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Starting a lesson.

In this video, we will look at both the teacher app and the student app, and show you how to get lessons running, and what you and your students will see at each step of the way.

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Running a lesson.

Be in total control of your classroom. You can send activities to your students or queue them once a lesson starts. We will show you how to do this, how to pause and mute student devices, and much more, so that you have total control of your lessons.

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Checking student answers.

Students and teachers have complete visibility on learning in class. In this video, we see how students can check their answers, and get immediate feedback on their work. We also show how a teacher can have complete visibility over students’ answers and progress during the lesson.

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Editing on the fly.

Edit your lesson while you teach! You can edit and add activities on the fly in response to student results, just as you can before the lesson. We will show how to edit on the fly in this video.

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Setting an assignment.

With EF Class, you can send students activities to do outside the classroom, not just during lesson time. EF Class allows you to send assignments to your students so they can work on their own time outside the class. Learn how to send assignments in this short video.

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