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The Best Way to Teach English

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

Success! Helen Doron Student Now Teaching English

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

Helen Doron Group Inaugurates Flagship International Educational Centre in South Korea

Innovative centre spearheads Helen Doron Educational Group’s planned expansion in Asia Innovative centre spearheads Helen Doron Educational Group’s planned expansion in Asia The Helen Doron Group, international leaders in teaching English as Foreign Language (EFL) has launched its first educational centre in

SUCCESS! Empowering Kids with the Gift of English

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

SUCCESS! Parent, Teacher and Franchisee Loves Helen Doron English

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

Should English Teachers be Teaching Values?

When we teach, values are always implicit.  Showing respect for others, taking turns, assuming responsibility and turning in assignments on time are key values that are an integral part of what students learn in school. These values teach children not only to

Success! Helen Doron English is a Winning Choice for Teachers and Students

Creative Croatian Helen Doron English teacher, Tea Tuda, hails from Zagreb where she lives with her younger sister. After studying English language and literature in university, Tea heard about Helen Doron and decided to do the coursework to become a Helen Doron

Learning Naturally with the Spiral Method Part 2

Helen, let’s please continue our conversation about the various elements that contribute to the success of the Helen Doron methodology; what makes the method work? There are a variety of components that contribute to the success of the methodology, and we have

SUCCESS! Method Brings out the Best in Students and Teachers

Croatian Learning Studio Franchisee and Helen Doron English teacher Milena Romac absolutely loves her career choice and finds it meaningful and fulfilling, as she enthusiastically related, “I really like working with children and I just love the fact this job brings out

Helen Doron Methodology Provides Much More than Learning English

Bosnian parents Vedrana Removic and her husband Boris are the proud parents of eight-year-old Rajna and two-year-old Leona. Rajna has been a student at Helen Doron Novo Sarajevo for 3½ years, and Leona will begin classes there next autumn. The family speaks

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