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About the author:
Sheri McGuinn is an award-winning writer and self-publisher. A former teacher with a Masters in Education, she also assists others in manuscript preparation and conducts self-publishing workshops. She presented on self-publishing for schools at the 2014 NCTE convention in D.C. and has had an article on the topic in Literacy Today.
Self-Publishing for Schools Grayscale Edition
Yearbooks, Fund-raisers, Student/Faculty Work
Affordable black and white edition - key color illustrations available at author's website.
(Color paperback also available & e-book is in color.)
This self-publication guide has been developed as a resource to help educators prepare their students for the new workplace and meet the required common core standards for publication. Skills that will be learned and practiced include writing, editing, formatting, and publishing; photography, creation of graphics, and use of computer software to manipulate both; promotion and sales; working and making decisions as a group. Examples of books you can produce include: a body of work by one student or teacher; anthologies of student and/or teacher work; cookbooks or other fund-raisers; affordable yearbooks; and teaching materials staff members develop. This is a key reference tool for yearbook advisors as well as language arts and other teachers who want to publish student work and encourage student composition and writing. Application of skills helps engage reluctant students.
Educator discounts available at www.durarepublishing.com
- Publication Date:
- 1942069006 / 9781942069003
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.5" x 8.5"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Reference / Personal & Practical Guides