MEJ, the online journal of the Minnesota Council of Teachers of English, publishes scholarly articles, discussions of pedagogy, reflective essays, literary criticism, opinion/position pieces on topical teaching issues, and short creative work of interest to English and language arts teachers at all instructional levels.
Browse the most recent issue below, or visit the MEJ archive to explore past issues and search for content.
From the Editor
- “Hunger Would Be Creation: Leveraging Diverse Brains” by Bryan Boyce
- “Using Film to Teach Style” by Susan Decker
- “Offering a Hand Up: Insights and Aid for First-Generation Students” by Whitney Jacobson
- “Help Minnesota Teachers Do Better: Fund Culturally Sensitive Training” by Tanya Miller
- “A College Class Responds to Book Bans” by Kathryn Van Wert
Learn more about the 2023 issue on the Current Issue page.
And see our Call for Submissions to learn more about writing for MEJ. From peer-reviewed scholarship to informal pedagogical pieces, MEJ is a widely-read home for work that speaks to teachers of English.