Science Across the World: Interview with Monica Tosi, Argentine Representative for SAW (Transcript Podcast)


  • Susan Hillyard Author



In this podcast, Susan Hillyard interviews Monica Tosi, the Argentine Representative for Science Across the World (SAW). Tosi explains the focus of SAW and how teachers can get involved. Comments are offered on benefits for teachers and students, as well as the status of CLIL in Argentina.


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Author Biography

Susan Hillyard

Susan Hillyard is a teacher, teacher-trainer, course designer, and author in the field of CLIL. She began her career with a B.Ed. (Hons) from Warwick University (U.K.), and since then has worked in fifteen countries. She currently works as a NILE Associate Trainer, training European teachers on intensive courses on methodology among other projects. She has taught Language IV at two major ITT colleges in Buenos Aires and on-line courses on Creativity, TKT and on English in the World, MA TESOL at the New School Uni, New York. She served as the Educational Advisor for The Performers Theatre. Her numerous publications include (as a co-author) the resource book for teachers, Global Issues (Oxford University Press) and (as an author) Language and Globalisation (Master in ELT, La Sabana University, Bogota, Colombia). She was a member of the writing team for the on-line module for Inglés, Inglês, English: ESP for South American Teachers for the British Council, designed the Hong Kong, British Council Summer School Courses for Teens, and co-authored the TDI-TKT on-line course for Pearson, New York. She is presently the Coordinator of English in Action, a new pilot project where she is training twenty English language teachers to teach English through educational drama to students in special schools, hospital schools, orphanages and home visits.




How to Cite

Hillyard, S. (2010). Science Across the World: Interview with Monica Tosi, Argentine Representative for SAW (Transcript Podcast). Latin American Journal of Content & Language Integrated Learning, 3(1).