"Yearbook Adviser Tips"

Recruiting a Team and Theme

By Nicole Hammond, Professional Development Trainer You’re the yearbook adviser! Congratulations! And, now you have several volunteers to help…every adviser’s dream 😉 So, what roles should you give to them? This will be much easier when you know the functions of each team member role in Creator Studio: Sr. Editor: Sr. editors function in much Recruiting a Team and Theme

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Breaking up is Hard to Do

Breaking up is hard to do…we get it. We all get into that zone of staying where we are because it’s easier than dealing with making a change. Sometimes staying with a well-worn routine is the easiest path and the one we choose out of convenience. But, IS it really a convenience? It makes me Breaking up is Hard to Do

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Five Icebreakers to Warm Up Your Yearbook Staff

It’s the first day of school and you have a classroom full of students who may not know each other very well, if at all. Yearbook requires a lot of group and team work, so the more comfortable your team feels with each other, the more successful your yearbook will be. Warm things up with a Five Icebreakers to Warm Up Your Yearbook Staff

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Ten Tips for Recruiting Your Best Yearbook Staff Yet

As the school year comes to a close and students take home their new yearbooks, you might think the next few months will be a vacation from your yearbook adviser duties. But think again! This time is crucial for building a strong yearbook staff for the upcoming year, and with a little planning, next year Ten Tips for Recruiting Your Best Yearbook Staff Yet

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How to Deal with Inappropriate Attire in Yearbook Pictures

Yearbook advisers and staff members are responsible for the overall look and feel of the book. This means that every detail of the finished product must be carefully reviewed and approved before publication. While most students will dress appropriately, occasionally there will be a student who dons an outfit that is simply inappropriate for a How to Deal with Inappropriate Attire in Yearbook Pictures

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Yearbook Resolutions for the New Year

You’ve heard of them: New Years’ Resolutions, those traditional goals that people set for themselves on January 1 every year as a way to improve their lives and start things fresh. Well, resolutions don’t have to just be personal goals like “I want to lose 10 pounds” or “I want to start eating better.” They Yearbook Resolutions for the New Year

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Oops: How to Resolve a Yearbook Error

Ideally, your yearbook will come out error free and absolutely perfect. However, this is (unfortunately) not always the case. Whether a student accidentally gets omitted or a risqué inside joke gets printed in the senior sendoff pages, there are many different ways that a yearbook error can happen. While getting as many eyes as possible Oops: How to Resolve a Yearbook Error

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Preventing Favoritism in Your Yearbook

The yearbook should offer a snapshot of what school life is like, with the entire student body getting equal ink. Of course there’s not an exact science when it comes to giving various student groups equal attention, but there are a few strategies you can use to ensure your yearbook offers a fair and balanced Preventing Favoritism in Your Yearbook

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