A writing assignment for an AP Literature class turned into a heartfelt essay about the meaning of yearbook. Emily Fogleman spent three years on the yearbook staff at Southern Alamance High School in Graham, North Carolina, serving as editor-in-chief in 2016, her senior year. Last spring, her AP Literature class was assigned to write an…Read more
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Basic design knowledge is necessary to creating a strong yearbook. Teaching students how and why design is important is a worthwhile exercise. It may seem to take forever, but once students grasp the basics, they will soon be able to use those skills to create a sophisticated spread. You can start here with my Top…Read more
Expensive staff cameras and lenses will produce the best photos. However, a staff member may come across a good photo opportunity and not have a staff camera with them. Help your students to understand that the camera they have in hand is the best camera, which would be their smartphone camera. Just because most students…Read more
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The latest version of Walsworth’s Possibilities idea book is now available. Get inspiration from the finest themes, spreads, covers and photos done by Walsworth Yearbooks schools in the past year.