We are very excited to be able to feature Stephanie Suter. Stephanie is an experienced and inspired Edu.Buncee Ambassador who is a fantastic elementary teacher in Southold Elementary School, New York. Edu.Buncee is a web-based creation and presentation tool that is really simple to use and enables you to easily bring together all kinds of content (Buncee artwork, photos, videos, drawings, audio, and links) onto one digital canvas, making a cloud-based, shareable creation. Student's can use Buncee to turn their experiences and lessons into multimedia digital stories, travel scrapbooks, research projects, and more. Teachers can create interactive lessons and multimedia presentations, flip their classrooms, and send home beautiful newsletters and invitations to parents and the local community. Stephanie will describe Edu.Buncee and provide us with examples and stories about how she uses it in her classroom.
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