Improving English Education in Austria

Is finding a good balance between work and home possible? According to Monika Laschkolnig, it is. She believes that her career choice, as a National Franchisor at Helen Doron, provides an ideal balance for working mothers. “As a Helen Doron teacher, you … can choose the days and the hours you are working.
It’s a business run by women on all levels – and it’s mainly women who decide to bring the children.”

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Helen Doron Franchisee Empowers and Motivates Bulgarian Kids the Natural Way

Multilingualism has always been an important part of Helen Doron English teacher and Learning Centre Franchisee Rossi Milkoff’s family. Rossi and her family spent nearly 10 years in the U.S. Pacific North West. Her son Viktor’s ability to pick up English and Spanish so easily together with Bulgarian made Rossi appreciate just how important it is for young
children to be exposed to a new language at an early age.

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Sharing and Friendship While Learning English in Banjaluka

Bojana Vasiljević is thrilled at the opportunity to teach English the Helen Doron way at the Banjaluka school in Republika Srpska (RS), part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. She was introduced to Helen Doron English by her husband, who saw an ad on the web about an English centre searching for a teacher. She did some research and was thrilled about how the unique Helen Doron method taught children to learn English.

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Italian Boy Speaks English “Like a Native” Thanks to Helen Doron!

Not many seven year Italian boys can speak English like a “native.” According to Stefania Arcidiacono, her son Cristian can do just that, attributing his success to attending Helen Doron English language classes in Castel di Lama in Ascoli Piceno province since he was three and a half years old.

“Cristian is naturally very inquisitive and lively and very eager to learn anything that is new,” says Stefania.

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The Earlier You Learn English, the Better

The Vassilevs believe that the earlier you start learning any language the better. They put beliefs into practice by sending their children to Helen Doron classes when they were one year old! A professional couple living in the Bulgarian capital, Sofia, the Vassilevs say that there is little English learning … available for very young children in Bulgaria, so sending their 3½ and 5½-year-old girls to the Helen Doron Learning Centre is a huge bonus.

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