Reaching the teachers

I continue to believe that my online database of science and math songs is a very useful resource for teachers. Its relatively low usage suggests that I need to do a better job of advertising it.

Last week, with the help of a teacher in New York state, I mentioned the database on a couple of relevant, widely used email lists, and there was a corresponding surge in usage (see spike in Google Analytics graph below). I have submitted a manuscript on the database that, if accepted, should also increase its visibility. And on August 30 I will talk about the database (among other things) at an Ocean Literacy symposium in Newport, Oregon.

Whether you’re in high school or reaching out to high school teachers, trying to become popular is hard work!

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