Balance yearbook coverage with ‘Me’ and ‘Us’ experiences

Event and Team Yearbook Coverage

When people are alone they tend to think, contemplate and observe their surroundings. On the other hand, working as part of a team, whether in classrooms, or on stages and fields, students have a commitment to one another that impacts their perspective.

Because of their group interactions, common goals, shared achievements and losses, group members essentially shift their perspective from “look at me” to “look at us.”

For effective coverage, record the facts and highlights of the season, activity, class or event. Then cover individuals’ reflections and reactions.

See our Balfour Square handout showcasing event and team coverage examples.