Most of us had at least one teacher who made a real difference in our lives. Someone who was passionate enough to teach us important values and life lessons, encourage us to become better people, and who taught from the heart. That’s the type of teacher we’re looking for!
While it’s essential to be an English language expert, to teach English as a Foreign Language (EFL) using our methodology takes commitment, creativity, enthusiasm, a love of children, and a desire to help them learn. It’s more than a way to make a living, it’s a way of life.
If you can say yes to the following questions, you might just be our next teacher:
Austrian teenager, Laura Stickler, is from a new generation of Helen Doron teachers who is following in her mother’s footsteps by becoming a Helen Doron teacher. Laura and her two sisters were brought up learning English the Helen Doron way.
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
“If you are thinking about becoming a teacher, make sure you love children. Having good English is not enough, as it is not just a job, it is a vocation.
We have wonderful programmes, so there is no risk involved in that. There is something so special in the world of Helen Doron that I love it more every year. I highly recommend teaching with us for people with excellent English who love children.”
“I believe that the Helen Doron methodology is groundbreaking as it supports the natural desire of children for knowledge and allows them not just to acquire the English language but to become gorgeous knowledgeable human beings.”