Sanja Župan Vuković from Zagreb, Croatia grew up in a home where learning new cultures and languages were part of life. Her mother is an English teacher and “spoke English to us from very early on so we often spoke English amongst
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
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
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
Karolína Vytykačová (Kaja) of Senec, Slovakia fell in love with the Helen Doron methodology in 2009 as a teacher, and enrolled her daughter, Jasminka, when she was only 6-months-old. Now at age 6, Jasminka loves English and feels completely at home at
Bright, bubbly Helen Doron Learning Centre Franchisee and teacher, Harisa Haznadar, tells her Helen Doron story in her own words: “I am from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina and have a twin sister, as well as an older sister. Both of them decided
Helen Doron Gaia, Portugal was interviewed on Porto Canal, national TV programme to talk about how the English learning centre teaches English using the unique Helen Doron methodology in the Storytelling technique. This Learning Centre is offering a monthly session with storytelling
In November 2016 Helen Doron English in Krasnodar, Russia celebrated their 5th anniversary. Students and their parents were invited to the rock-n-roll party called ‘Helen Doron Rocks’. Live music, dancing, lots of workshops, birthday cake, bubble show, mini-zoo and of course presents
Rita Falter has been teaching English to children since 1997. She was born and raised in Budapest, Hungary, and studied medicine at Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, USA, University of Regensburg and Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich, Germany. She received the Staatsexamen in 1986. Rita joined
Stefania, a business-woman in the clothing industry, and her husband Antonio, who works in the Ministry of Defense, live in Castel di Lama, in the province of Ascoli Piceno, Italy. They enrolled their son Cristian in his first Helen Doron English course
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