Announcing Mike Taylor’s new eBook for new yearbook advisers

For his latest project, Walsworth's Mike Taylor, CJE, has funneled some of his vast yearbook knowledge into a Back-to-School eBook.

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Staff Management

Yearbook can be a difficult class to grade. It’s not always easy to measure, and assigning grades are an area where advisers sometimes struggle. Renee Burke, MJE, of Boone High School in Orlando, explained her methods during a Wednesday morning session at Walsworth’s Adviser Academy. She recommends creating grading packets. This is something that can…

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It’s time to start thinking about your next yearbook. Even though this year’s book is not finished, you need to think about what you can do this spring to ensure a smooth transition from one book to the next and from one staff to the next. While your current staff is busily covering the current…

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March 31, 2017 / Spring 2017 / Staff Management

In the midst of creating this year’s yearbook, it’s hard to look ahead and get motivated to start next year’s book. However, the best yearbook years start well before the first day of school. Early preparation starts with more than just idea generation. In fact, it begins with identifying and training new and returning staff…

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March 9, 2017 / New Advisers / Staff Management

Walsworth Yearbooks will continue its monthly webinar series for new advisers when it hosts Yearbook Distribution – Distributing your love letter to the school on Tuesday, March 28, at 4 p.m. Central time. Yearbook Distribution will be co-hosted by Lisa Wallace, yearbook adviser at Fort Worth Country Day School in Fort Worth, Texas, and Mike…

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December 6, 2016 / Staff Management

The holiday season is here, but you are probably well aware that a little yearbook work needs to be mixed in with all the upcoming festivities and family time. Now is a great time to plan student life coverage for the winter break. Editors need to put into place plans to review spreads and proofs,…

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