Welcome to the Language Arts Journal of Michigan website. The Language Arts Journal of Michigan is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Michigan Council of Teachers of English as a service to educators interested in literacy and the English language arts at all instructional levels. LAJM is published biannually. Its contents do not necessarily reflect the views of the Council or its members.
How to use this site: Authors may use the menu on the right to find information and links for submitting work. Reviewers will also find information about accessing and reviewing manuscripts in the menu to the right. Visitors may browse full text articles that have been in publication for 18 months or more as well as a featured article from the most current issues. Subscribers may view the full collection of LAJM content with their log in.
Current Issue: Volume 28, Issue 2 (2013) Exploration and Stories
Table of Contents
Stories of Transformation: How Miscue Analysis Changes Lives
Constance Weaver and Julie Lee
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction as Professional Development for Teachers
Bailey Herrmann and Jessica Gallo
Teaching Preservice Teachers to Teach Diverse Learners: A Pilot Study
Samantha Caughlan and Ellen Cushman
Stop! Think! Grade!: Developing a Philosophy of Writing Evaluation
Terri A. Fredrick
Using Artifacts to Study Historical and Realistic Children's and Adolescent Fiction in the Classroom
Kevin J. Powell and Ewa McGrail
This is Not Bootcamp: Radicalizing the Teacher Preparation Seminar
Casie J. Fedukovich
Looking Back to Look Ahead: What Would Louise Rosenblatt Say About the Common Core?
#Occupy Literature!: Lasting Lessons of the Occupy Movement
Allen Webb, Jason VanFosson, Becky De Oliveira, E. Suzanne Ehst, Vanni Taing, Megan Klukowski, and Lisa Muñoz