Professional Learning Events

Offered by the Disciplinary Literacy Task Force

The 6-12 Disciplinary Literacy Task Force is proud to announce learning opportunities for secondary English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Career Tech, Visual/Performing Arts, and World Languages teachers, as well as building leaders, instructional coaches, and educators at higher education institutions. These opportunities have been designed with flexibility and relevancy in mind.


Essential Schoolwide Practices in Disciplinary Literacy Webinar

Calling all ISD consultants, central office administrators, and building leaders!

It's time to show your system some LOVE. Join us on Tuesday, February 14, 2023 from 1:00-2:00pm for a webinar focused on helpful resources and tangible action steps you can take in order to improve teaching and learning in your secondary schools.

Click here to register for the event.

EduPaths Courses on Disciplinary Literacy Now Available!

EduPaths Course Updates

Course 1–Disciplinary Literacy: Identity and Community

Course 2–Disciplinary Literacy: Framing Problems and Setting Purpose (Practices 1 & 9)

Course 3–Disciplinary Literacy: Planning for and Implementing Assessment (Practice 8)

Course 4–Disciplinary Literacy: Identifying, Developing, and Analyzing Resources and Text Sets (Practice 2)

EduPaths Enrollment Guidance

K-12 Michigan Educators: Can I use MiLaunchPad to access EduPaths?

  • Michigan educators are encouraged to leverage the MiLaunchPad integration to access EduPaths. This integration allows educators to leverage district Google or Microsoft credentials. For more information, please visit the EduPaths resources page (

Educators in Michigan and beyond, who don't currently have an EduPaths account or are not able to leverage the SSO integration, can request a personal account. Please navigate to the Account Request page:

Is it possible to have educators bulk enrolled in courses?


Disciplinary Literacy for Secondary Leaders

As a secondary administrator, how can you support your teachers in moving toward more inherently motivating, academically rigorous learning experiences? The Michigan Association of Intermediate School Administrators (MAISA), General Education Leadership Network (GELN) and Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals (MASSP) are proud to announce a self-paced online course built for secondary administrators and leaders looking to increase student motivation and engagement, as well as literacy skills, across all content areas.

Register here anytime!