Buncee Boards have long been a powerful tool for sharing and connecting in a virtual setting. They can be used as a convenient way to collect and share resources, or as a tool to connect with your class, school, district, or even the world! Buncee Boards make inspiring creativity, sharing ideas, and spreading love easy and seamless.
Now, we’re excited to announce a new update that will make sharing your Buncees to Buncee Boards easier than ever! You can now share your Buncee to a Board right from the share menu in your Buncee using a Board code. You can also open a Board, and add a Buncee to that Board right from your dashboard! Lets take a closer look at how easy it is to share your Buncees to Buncee Boards now:
Check out our help article here if you need another step-by-step reference, too.
Ideas for your classroom
This new update makes it easier than ever to integrate Buncee Boards into your virtual classroom, professional development sessions, and beyond! There are so many possibilities, but here’s a few ideas to inspire you to try out Buncee Boards for yourself:
– Encourage students to share their Buncees with their classmates on a class Buncee Board
– Host a PD session, share the Board code with your colleagues, and encourage them to share their Buncees to the Board
– Challenge students to work collaboratively on group projects using Buncee Boards
– Easily create a collection of Buncees curated around a particular topic
Learn how Team Buncee uses Buncee Boards: An About Me Story
At Buncee, we love the About Me templates. It’s a great way to get to know remote colleagues, and even learn something new about someone you’ve worked with for a long time. During a time of remote working, remote learning and remote living, asking a group of friends, students or colleagues to share a little bit about themselves using ready-made templates is yet another way to use Buncee to its full potential.
With the new Buncee Board update, we were all able to share, comment, and like in one board. Through this new feature, we learned fun tidbits about some of our colleagues who survive on a steady diet Coke and Oreo’s, and others who have crazy travel stories. Without the real life water cooler, people are being forced to get to know each other online – what better way then to creatively share about yourself through an About Me Team/Classroom/Friends Buncee Board!
We hope that this new update helps make connections and communications with Buncee Boards even more seamless! As always, be sure to join us on Twitter, Instagram, our Facebook Page or our Buncee Educators Group, to stay informed on all our latest updates.
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