Stacey Roshan is an Upper School Technology Coordinator and Math teacher at Bullis School. She has a keen interest in discovering and bringing innovative tools into the classroom to engage students and to make learning feel like play. She has spent a lot of time working to flip the mathematics classroom in an effort to shift the culture to a more participatory learning space, focused on relationships and individual student’s needs. Stacey aims to empower teachers with ideas and tools to enrich and enliven the classroom by engaging learners.
WHY STACEY ROCKS:
Stacey’s innovative teaching methods open the doors to a world of educational exploration. Buncee quickly became one of her favorite tools along her edtech journey, and we couldn’t be happier! Stacey raves about buncee to colleagues, friends, and to entire conferences with every available opportunity. While becoming a buncee celeb, Stacey has written several blog posts on buncee, and is even the inspiration for our QR code functionality! Check out how Stacey uses buncee’s audio recording functionality to create storybooks, oral assignments, and interactive worksheets.
Stacey’s teaching is focused entirely on making her students’ education experience a quality one. In fact, Stacey even made a buncee video guide for students! Watch the clip below:
WHAT STACEY SAYS ABOUT BUNCEE:
“One of my favorite things about Buncee is that it has so many potential uses! I’ve really been able to get creative in thinking through ways that Buncee can be a solution to challenges we face in the classroom and also the prime tool to make activities more student-centered. Here are two ideas I’ve used this year.
First idea: using the QR code generator in Buncee, teachers can create a printable, interactive PDF worksheet. If you’re at a school where students have phones and/or iPads, but not computers, this idea might be particularly appealing. Create a worksheet with Buncee, add in interactive elements such as an instructional YouTube video, and then generate a QR code directly within Buncee. Print these worksheets for your students to interact with in class.
Idea number two: create an interactive lesson using Buncee. Begin by creating an instructional “storybook” and have students “copy&create” to interact with the lesson. You can leave students prompts to fill in, have them record audio responses to questions you have left for them, or just have them continue the story and pass on to a classmate.”