42 min

Theme in 25 Minutes The Yearbook Whys Podcast

    • Education

NOTE: This episode comes with a guided notes PDF worksheet, a look at a gallery of 2019 yearbooks and other resources, all linked at tinyurl.com/theme25. Advisers, please use this episode and resources with your students in your distance learning plans and 2021 theme development! There's a PDF notes page and brainstorming tool that will help kick off your program's development for the year ahead.
Award-winning adviser and friend of the podcast Carrie Faust, MJE, joins Mike for another look at theme development for yearbook staffs and advisers. In this rapid-fire primer, they discuss a proven approach to development that puts first things first, starting with story.
Again, check out tinyurl.com/theme25 for accompanying resources to use with yearbook staffs.
Need more coronavirus and end-of-book coverage ideas? Check these out!.
Find Gimp, the open-source, FREE Photoshop clone here.
JEA has made free instructional resources available to advisers here, and you can find Yearbook Chat with Jim, Ask Mike, Mind the Gutter and The Yearbook Whys anywhere you get your podcasts.
Keep the conversation going with me at iteachyearbook@gmail.com— I'd love to hear from you.
Find the podcast on Twitter at @YearbookWhys. Please share the podcast online or with friends in your yearbook network, or leave a review on Apple iTunes; it helps others find the podcast! Share a review here: Apple iTunes
This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

NOTE: This episode comes with a guided notes PDF worksheet, a look at a gallery of 2019 yearbooks and other resources, all linked at tinyurl.com/theme25. Advisers, please use this episode and resources with your students in your distance learning plans and 2021 theme development! There's a PDF notes page and brainstorming tool that will help kick off your program's development for the year ahead.
Award-winning adviser and friend of the podcast Carrie Faust, MJE, joins Mike for another look at theme development for yearbook staffs and advisers. In this rapid-fire primer, they discuss a proven approach to development that puts first things first, starting with story.
Again, check out tinyurl.com/theme25 for accompanying resources to use with yearbook staffs.
Need more coronavirus and end-of-book coverage ideas? Check these out!.
Find Gimp, the open-source, FREE Photoshop clone here.
JEA has made free instructional resources available to advisers here, and you can find Yearbook Chat with Jim, Ask Mike, Mind the Gutter and The Yearbook Whys anywhere you get your podcasts.
Keep the conversation going with me at iteachyearbook@gmail.com— I'd love to hear from you.
Find the podcast on Twitter at @YearbookWhys. Please share the podcast online or with friends in your yearbook network, or leave a review on Apple iTunes; it helps others find the podcast! Share a review here: Apple iTunes
This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

42 min

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