Remote Start to the Year: Building Your Virtual Classroom

In many parts of the country, distance learning will still be a reality this fall.

At Walsworth's Virtual Yearbook Workshop, adviser Susan McNulty, CJE, presented a session on how to get your virtual classroom up and running in an efficient, effective way. And now you can catch the replay today!

Photo by Bailey Adgate

Building Your Virtual Classroom

In the session Remote Start to the Year: Building Your Virtual Classroom, speaker Susan McNulty, CJE, offers essential steps for beginning the school year in a virtual classroom.

Designed for advisers and editors, this session explores creative ways to build relationships, discover virtual methods of teaching yearbook basics and expand on ideas for creating a yearbook in a distance learning setting.

If you were unable to catch it live at Walsworth’s Virtual Yearbook Workshop this summer, sign up today to watch a replay.

About the host

Susan McNulty, CJE, advises yearbook and newspaper at J.W. Mitchell High School in New Port Richey, Florida. Selected as a JEA Rising Star in 2017, she serves on the JEA Scholastic Press Rights Committee and brought industry certification and honors level classes to her county.

Named FSPA and Pasco County Teacher of the Year for 2019, she has presented at NSPA and FSPA conferences and her students have been recognized by FSPA, JEA, NSPA and CSPA with All-Florida, All-American, Silver Crowns and Pacemaker awards.