Integrate and Engage: Utilizing Buncee for Multimedia Lessons

Friday, March 1, 2019

Session 1: 11:10 AM-12:00 PM, Computer lab 99

Katrina Tamura

Hands-on Computer Lab Workshop (1 hour)

Presentation Evaluation

Buncee is a multimedia tool that can be used integrated skills classes to engage diverse student groups in a shared learning goal. While increasing basic digital literacy skills such as using a username and password, students utilize targeted language skills to create individualized storyboards by selecting from a variety of visual representations, adding text, and attaching audio files. Participants will view examples of student work from Adult ESL classrooms and get hands-on practice.


Audience: TEA

Program: ABE, ASE, ESL

Category: BL, TI


  • ABE: Adult Basic Education
  • ASE: Adult Secondary Education
  • CTE: Career Technical Education
  • ESL: English as a Second Language
  • BL: Blended/Online Learning
  • DL: Distance Learning
  • PAC: Program Administration and Coordination
  • TI: Technology Integration in the Classroom