Larry Cuban says:

Teaching, then, whether in graduate schools or kindergartens - in elite universities or slum schools - binds all of us together. In teaching we display our views of knowledge and learning, we advertise our ideas, how we reason, and how we struggle with moral choices whether we intend to or not. To teach is to enlist in a technical, morally based vocation...

WriteourselvesintobeingNow change that to:

Blogging, then, whether in graduate schools or kindergartens - in elite universities or slum schools - binds all of us together. In blogging we display our views of knowledge and learning, we advertise our ideas, how we reason, and how we struggle with moral choices whether we intend to or not. To blog is to enlist in a technical, morally based vocation...

Edubloggers, do you see blogging as an extension of your teaching? If not, should you?

On the flip side, do you see teaching as an extension of your blogging?

Image credit: In order to exist online, we must write ourselves into being

[Hat tip to Larry Ferlazzo]