International campaign stimulates literacy for children around the world. Here are the winners!
Since childhood, Vedrana has always had a knack for languages and learned English as a child and in University. “Learning about languages was always a special thrill for me. It is like obtaining a new life!” Her plant-based lifestyle fits in perfectly
Over the past 30 years, I have seen and experienced how the Helen Doron methodology has helped children successfully learn English. While I am gratified that the method has been effective, I was interested to hear from teachers, teacher trainers, franchisees and
Lovely identical twins Laura and Sarah Stickler, 17 and their bubbly little sister, Julia, grew up immersed in the world of Helen Doron English, as their mother Sonja is a dedicated franchisee in their hometown of Vienna, Austria. Laura recently returned from
Finding the Best Way to Teach English When my daughter Ella was four years old, she began learning to play the violin with the Suzuki method, which teaches young children to play musical instrument before reading notation. Dr Suzuki called this ‘the
Laura Stickler, 17, from Vienna, Austria, is from a new generation of Helen Doron teachers who is following in her teacher/franchisee mother’s footsteps. She recently returned from a year as an AFS exchange student in the U.S. and has begun training to
Isabella is yet another inspiring example of a Helen Doron teacher trainer who took advantage of the international franchise’s opportunity to train in one location, and then work in her choice of 35 countries! Isabella was born and raised in Italy, currently lives in
Raneen Gharzuzi, from Tarshiha, Israel has experienced the Helen Doron English world from all angles: as a franchisee, as a teacher and as the proud parent of three Helen Doron students. The multicultural mom’s native tongue is Arabic, which is the language
Bobbharatn Rithipol (Beth) is a great example of a Helen Doron teacher who took advantage of the international franchise’s opportunity to train in one location, and then work in her choice of 35 countries! The truly international young woman has experienced many
Ana from Zadar, Croatia grew up speaking both English and Croatian. She explains, “My determined mother always dreamt of studying English and becoming a teacher, so she exposed me to English very early. Although her wish never came true, she passed her
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