Teenagers talk a lot, so let’s train them to use their gift of gab to sell business ads can shut them up fairly fast. If your staff sells business ads, you face the challenge of giving your students the confidence and poise they need to approach the owners and managers of your local business community.
Here’s a creative way the yearbook staff from Carl Albert Middle School gave a boost to their book sales last spring, and it might just work for your staff too.
Yearbook 360, Walsworth’s complete portfolio of mobile apps for the school community, enhances the printed yearbook and provides students and parents amazing new ways to share their memories.
The world of yearbooks constantly evolves, and yearbook advisers need fresh teaching materials to keep up with the changing landscape. Walsworth Yearbooks is meeting those demands with a new version of its Yearbook Suite curriculum, just in time for the 2014-15 school year.
The yearbook staff from Capital High School made distribution day a success by organizing a signing party with music, balloons and a slideshow of the year projected on to a huge screen.
Creating purposeful assessments at the end of the year or during final exam time is a challenging task for novice advisers as well as those veterans. Want to give your students the opportunity to share their thinking process when creating spreads with their staff? Have your yearbook staff reflect on and present one of their spreads!
For many staffs, the work doesn’t stop over the summer. There’s plenty that can be done in preparation for next year – from some fun staff bonding at a workshop to assigning all your summer coverage – and Idea File has plenty of articles to help guide you through the next few months.
May 5-9 is Teacher Appreciation Week, which means it’s time to honor all of the teachers across the country who make an impact in the lives of students every day. Happy Teacher Appreciation Week from Walsworth Yearbooks!
Yearbook staffs embrace technology in different ways all the time, recently leading one group of editors at a North Carolina school to meet their deadline using Skype.
The yearbook staff at G-Star School of the Arts was looking for a way to kick their book sales up a notch, so adviser Steven Weiss came up with the cool motivational idea of using referral cards.