Adviser Things

Lesson plans for your remote journalism classroom #covid19
Lesson plans for your remote journalism classroom #covid19 Many of you know that I am not a teacher anymore. 🙁
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Yearbook and Newspaper Staff and Editor Application
For the applications below, know that these are pretty extensive because I have many kids apply and limited space on
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How to take students to a national journalism convention and not go crazy
One of the biggest national scholastic journalism conventions is just a few short weeks away, so today I’m bringing you
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How to do a cutout of frizzy or curly hair using the Select and Mask feature of Adobe Photoshop
This video is from Hal Schmidt. Hal’s method utilizes the Select and Mask feature in Adobe Photoshop CC 2018 or
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What is image resolution and why it matters
“Why can’t I put my screenshot in the yearbook?!” Resolution, my dear friend, resolution. Try explaining that to a freshman.
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Photojournalism Project: Magazine Cover
Shooting Directions Work with a partner, you will shoot their photo and they will shoot yours. You will edit the
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How to do a clean cutout in Adobe Photoshop using the Pen tool for printed publications
Maybe it’s just me, and MAYBE I’m too picky… but there is nothing that grinds my gears more than when
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Photojournalism Project: Clones
This is a super fun project that teaches the masking tool in Adobe Photoshop. It is also a great way
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First Day of School Flyers
4up Info Flyer Size: 84.39 KB Format : PDF Preview
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2019 High School Communications Workshop Documents (New Adviser Track)
Hello New Advisers! Here are the slideshows presented June 19-21 at the 2019 High School Communications Workshop at Texas A&M
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