And as we know, as teacher librarians, the way we can help evolve and change every day.
One digital tool that has been super helpful through this planning and preparing is Buncee. In fact, not only is this helping me as a librarian, it will be the one we turn to with our students and families too....more to come for those ideas in a new blog post and project Monday.
Today, I would like to share 10 Ways Teacher Librarians Can Use Buncee For Remote Learning.
You can then share with families by sharing the Buncee with them in an email.
Van Meter Reads Symbaloo to curate and organize all of these wonderful places for our students.
I then created a flyer in Buncee to share with students. They can bookmark this on their computer or device at home, or hang it up to scan or look at the url at the bottom.
You could also have them add their reading Buncee's to a Buncee Board.
You can take a look at this one from Mrs. Ferguson's 2nd Graders as they learned about penguins. We stitched the pages on their Buncee's together to create this one.
Here is one idea we used for our Digital Learning Day Stations...Have students use Buncee to create a robot.
Buncee Ideas Lab, they will be able to find lots of engaging and meaningful lesson ideas too.
From these creations, create a Buncee Board so students can share. It is a very special and personal way for them to stay connected during this time.
post with directions that you can use.
As you can see, there are so many ways teacher librarians can use Buncee for remote learning...and this is just a start. How will you be using Buncee for remote learning? How will you use it with your students and families? We would all love to know.
On Monday, I am kicking off a new project with Capstone's PebbleGo that will include Buncee ideas and videos each week. Please stay tuned...I will be sharing soon.
Let me know how I can support you and your community during this time. I am here for you, friends.
Buncee is providing free access for schools undergoing temporary school closures. You will find the link and more information in their #RemoteLearning Resource Kit above.