The Spring 2015 issue of Idea File magazine is here, and a lot of information was packed into the feature articles in this issue that will help you start to make early plans for next year.
After many years of being a yearbook adviser and journalism teacher, I was in a rut. At the end of the 2014 school year, I vowed I would revamp my curriculum and try to find new and exciting ways to introduce the world of journalism to my students. There was a buzz in the teaching community about a technique call the Flipped Classroom.
Traditional sectional coverage can get pretty boring after awhile. One way to change things up is by using umbrella coverage, which is beginning to challenge chronological coverage in popularity.
If you have decided to add augmented reality to your book, Aurasma provides some easy-to-use tools for managing and organizing all of your digital assets.
Inspiration is everywhere. It is on the Internet via sites such as Pinterest and Issuu. It is at the local grocery story on the magazine racks or greeting card aisle. It’s even in store windows and on television. But how exactly do you go from a cool magazine idea that you find to an awesome…
Do you want to ease any stress you are feeling and begin next year without so much chaos? Then a summer yearbook workshop is the answer!
For many high school students, working on the yearbook staff provides the perfect experience to prepare them for college life and beyond.