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students get the “scoop” provided by Florida Scholastic Press Association students Student attendees of the recent Florida Scholastic Press Association Student Press Event at the Walt Disney World® Resort documented their learnings using a variety of news vehicles. Disney Extra Credit Magazine invited several of the students to share what they learned via a news story, video report and photojournalism submissions. Photo taken by: Savanna Collins, Lakeland High School Photo taken by: Jason Shader Smith, Trinity Preparatory School Photo taken by: Cristina Martinez, Oak Ridge High School Photo taken by: Kevin Stephens, Hillsborough High School Article by Kanika Mohan, Trinity Preparatory School W alt Disney fostered an environment where leadership and teamwork came together to entertain the public, and the product of his labors has become one of the most positive influences in the world. His legacy provides valuable lessons in contributing to a successful team and an ever-growing society. Recently, Disney hosted the Florida Scholastic Press Association Student Press Event at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, where company leaders imparted some of their knowledge on creating magic. Disney focuses on each individual member of the team. The company appreciates what each cast member provides for their guests, and the cast develops a passion for doing their job as a result. Make Sure the Cast is Having a Blast Respecting each individual cast member is especially crucial to developing this Disney-like culture. “Disney’s motto is to take care of cast members,” said Barbara Blake, Disney Youth Programs Content and Operations Manager. “Give the cast an opportunity to perform well. If you support your cast, the guests are happy, and that leads to the rest.” 60 | N extra credit “We are not, nor is there such thing as, a perfect company,” said Joseph Gardner of Disney Institute. “But we have more than our fair share of good, highly effective people who care about what they do. You need to treat these people with the respect they deserve as individuals.” “The power of recognition is so important,” said Blake. “Just telling someone you appreciate having them on your staff has a huge impact … When all these things are in place, you’ll get that end goal.”

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Disney Extra Credit - Fall 2013

Disney Extra Credit - Fall 2013
Contents
Welcome
Walt Disney, Educator
Career Spotlight
A Touching Reunion
Engineering for Today
Career Spotlight
Research and Storytelling
Center Stage
Disney Dreamers Academy
The Path to Newsies
Creativity in the Classroom
Educational Field Trips
Inspiring Through Theatre
Festival Disney Turns 10
New Learning Opportunities
The Visual Musicians
Beyond the Bright Lights
Music Education Excellence
Focus on the Future
Poetic License
Spotlight On: The Disney Honors
Disney Performing Arts Alumni
Mickey’s Education Adventure
Disney Performing Arts Opportunities
Disney Youth Education Series Opportunities
Students Get the “Scoop”
The Fundamentals of Finance
Advertisers and Thank You
Travel Planner Honors
Mickey’s Mind Teasers

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