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The Beautiful Game | A Football Metaphor | Andy Lewis

Lionel Messi is generally considered to be the best professional soccer player in the world, capable of delivering deft passes and jaw-dropping strikes on goal at the highest level of international competition. 71 more words

Looking for new music? You might as well be looking for a hit man or an Uzi.

(First sentence to be read, Julie Burchill-style, in a Bristol accent).

I went up to that London recently.

Weird that. Bristol is an almost straight line, west to east, pointing at London. 1,187 more words


Friends... Teacher Friends! | When does your PLN become your mates? | Andy Lewis

The above photo was taken at the pub after Northern Rocks by @abster (I think). 
On Saturday, at ResearchEd, this happened:At education events, the pub meet up afterwards has become important. 88 more words

You Can Go Home (To Coleytown El) Again

In 1963, Fred Cantor’s parents moved to Easton Road from Queens. Two years later he graduated from Coleytown Elementary School, just down the street.

To mark that 50th anniversary, a small group — Fred, Nancy Saipe, Leslie Schine, Andy Lewis, Jeff Wilkins, Dan Magida and Cherie Flom Quain — arranged a literal stroll down memory lane. 440 more words


Howard's way

Singer-songwriter and pianist John Howard’s latest project – John Howard & The Night Mail – could be the best pop album you’ll hear all year. 5,803 more words

MOVIE: Klute (1971)

MOVIE: Klute (1971)

Screenplay by Andy Lewis and David E. Lewis

Directed by Alan J. Pakula

Jane Fonda, Donald Sutherland

Bree Daniels. a New York model/actress/ prostitute (Fonda) spends time with John Klute, an investigator from Pennsylvania (Sutherland) trying to find out where his missing friend is. 57 more words

Jane Fonda

Twitter for the Classroom by @TeacherToolkit

So, you’ve been using Twitter personally and professionally, but you’re not quite sure how to get started in the classroom. Here are a few tips to get started and a few questions to ask yourself before you get started. 693 more words

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