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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

Young Heroes Campaign Leads Change in Communities

Join Helen Doron English students in their drive to become better world citizens The Helen Doron Educational Group’s new campaign, Young Heroes, encourages children to work together for the betterment of their communities.  Young Heroes will inspire children everywhere to unleash their

Spiral Learning – A Successful Approach to Learning for Your Child

More than 2 million children have learnt English through the Helen Doron methodology. What is the secret to your success? How does the method work? There are many features of the methodology that contribute to its success, let’s focus now on the

How to Nurture and Develop the EQ of Young Children

Helen, in this age of technology where families are often separated and rely on electronic communication to stay connected, how did you develop such a loving relationship with your grandson, Rohan, who lives in Korea? We speak as often as we can,

How Your Baby Learns Before Birth and What You Can Do To Help

We all know how important early brain stimulation and development is, but did you know that children start learning when they are still in the womb? Pre-birth is just as important as the first year of a child’s life. In fact, Korean

6 Ways to Enhance Your Child’s Brain Development

Your young child learns rapidly like the speed of light — from ages birth to three—producing 700 new neural connections every second! You can help him/her reach their potential as this developing brain growth is influenced by many factors, including a child’s

What to Do When Your Bilingual Child Won’t Speak Your Language

Today’s blog question: My child understands English, but he doesn’t seem to want to speak and answers in his native tongue. How can I encourage him to speak in English? Helen answers: Well, first of all don’t worry. This is a completely

Learning Styles: Why There’s More Than One Way to Learn English (and Why It Matters)

Cast your mind back to your school days. Chances are, you sat in a classroom, facing forward, for hours at a time. Perhaps your teacher talked a lot, wrote things on the board, and handed out notes. But what about you? Was

Food For Thought

When it comes to malnutrition, people usually assume that it’s related to low socio-economic status. Surprisingly, many children in developed countries are undernourished. But why? The problem is poor nutrition — diets based on fast foods and that are high in sugar, salt

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