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Did you miss our discussion on these pertinent topics for 2021? The session title is your link to the recorded session. (Password protected.)

For advisers only: During this roundtable, we will discuss best practices around grading. Come ready to talk about things that have worked well for you in the past and bring your questions!

– Annie Gorenstein, Adviser, Longmont HS

While some say content needs to be created, much of it simply needs to be collected. Use this space to share, learn, and take away effective strategies and processes for finding amazing stories. Especially for this upcoming year, make your yearbook a book for the people by the people.

– Rebecca Chai, former Adviser, Walnut HS

Screenshots of Whiteboard Brainstorm: Download here.

So, next year is gonna be SO WEIRD! We just don’t know if the events that usually fill our yearbooks – sports, assemblies, performances, and even classes – are going to be accessible, much less happen! So, how are we going to tell the stories of our community? Let’s get together and talk about how to fill our books with meaningful coverage that doesn’t depend on the school activities calendar.

– Carrie Faust, Adviser, Smoky Hill HS

Screenshot of Whiteboard Brainstorm: Download here.

Advisers and editors need to get students to do the work we need them to do, on-time and with spirit to spare. How can we reimagine our leadership style and classroom procedures to meet the changing needs of our staffs? And how do we do it remotely?

– Meghan Percival, Adviser, McLean HS

Screenshots of Meghan's slide: Download here.

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