Monday, August 7, 2017


What is Buncee?
Buncee is a tool used to create and present content. It allows for the impactful and visually appealing design to creatively communicate concepts.

How Can I Use Buncee in My Classroom?
Are you looking for ways to use Buncee in your classroom? Check out these ideas and examples from the Buncee Blog.

Announcements - Create an announcement to engage and prepare your students for the day.

Mini Lessons - Use in your mini lesson time or send it home the day before and start to flip your classroom. 

Exit Tickets - Check for understanding with a quick activity at the end of the lesson or day. 

What Else Does Buncee Have to Offer?
  • Formative Assessments Using Buncee - Check for understanding with Buncee by creating graphic organizers, templates, and rubrics. You can also use the multiple choice or free response question type or even use it as a reflection tool.
  • Interactive Student Notebooks - Take you interactive notebooks digital with audio and video recording.
  • Buncee Buddies - This is your chance to participate in a digital pen pal program to connect with classrooms around the world.

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Connecting Classrooms Around the World

What is Global Education? 

Global education helps enrich the lives of our students and broadens their perspective of not only the environment but also the world.

How can I get involved?

1. Buncee Buddies - This is a digital pen pal program which connects students and classrooms from around the world. Buncee Buddies do not only connect classrooms but also provide activity ideas as well as how these activities are aligned to our education standards. 

2. Global Read Aloud - The GRA is about sharing experiences around the globe with other students who read the same book.  

3. Global Math Challenge - This is a worldwide online math competition. This challenge will take your thinking to a new level while competing with others worldwide.

4. Global Maker Day - This experience allows you to connect virtually to learn about different projects, learning spaces, etc. 

There are many ways to get involved and connect with others around the world. So, make those connections and open up the doors to the world for your students.