There has been an awful lot of talk about c ontent and language integrated learning (CLIL) over the last few years and a number of well publicised initiatives around the world. More recently there has been a reversal in policy in Malaysia on CLIL. Is this the beginning of the end or just teething problems?
Here are some of the delegates at the Network. Follow the links to find out more about the organisation’s they are representing:
- Almudena Suarez Fernandez – Mexico’s Ministry of Social Development
- Mark Woodruff – The Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts
- Dhananjayan Sivaguru Sriskandarajah – Royal Commonwealth Society
- Austin Williams – Future Cities Project
- Zhang Xuemei – Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences and AidAction
- Jonathon Douglas – National Literacy Trust
- Nomfundo Walaza – Desmond Tutu Peace Centre
- Devi Kar – India’s Ministry of Resource Development
- Frederico Campos Guanais De Aguiar – National School of Public Administration
- Shirley Cramer – Dyslexia Action
- Sharit Bhowmik – Tata Institute of Social Science
- Andre Beteille – University of Delhi
- Anne Harrop – Joseph Rowntree Foundation
You can also download Frederico’s presentation here and Ail Gupta’s presentation here. Thanks for them both to sharing their work!