CEO and linguist Helen Doron is in great demand to speak about bilingualism to enthusiastic professionals everywhere. With 200 Helen Doron English learning centres throughout Poland and 1,100 worldwide, she was recently invited to speak about the key to learning a language at the prestigious Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, the largest university in Eastern Poland. The session was attended by eager language students and teachers in the Department of Philology, where the successful English as a second language methodology is known and acclaimed. Following the presentation, Ms Doron fielded a lively question and answer session, and then various news outlets, including radio, newspaper and television representatives, conducted interviews.
Continuing on her wide-ranging journey in Poland, Helen then made a guest appearance at the first two-day comprehensive MathRiders Teacher Trainer conference in Warsaw. MathRiders learning materials, lessons and programme developments were discussed. Attending were trainers from Poland and Turkey. Poland has 46 MathRiders franchises, and the revolutionary programme is based upon a proven, successful methodology that understands children’s different learning styles and opens their minds to the language of maths. Understanding that all children are born mathematicians, the method promotes an understanding of the world of numbers through fun activities and positive reinforcement. As with Helen Doron English, helping children naturally realise their full potential.
Helen Doron with Teacher Trainers Anna Lisiecka, Aneta Teuerle and Ela Chichorek
The remainder of Helen Doron’s visit in Poland included visiting Master Franchisee Dorota Tereszcuk’s learning centre in Warsaw and attending the 20th-anniversary celebration of Justyna Frankewicz Popiolek’s Helen Doron English Learning Centre and the Grand Opening celebration of her new Teen Learning Centre, both in Pulawy, Poland. Additionally, certificates and statues were given out to students by Helen Doron, herself, all of whom took their English Cambridge exams in June and passed them with sensational results.
Helen and Justyna awarding students their Cambridge certificates
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