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Chess in the classroom

Rosalyn B. Katz

Chess in the classroom

a complete guide

by Rosalyn B. Katz

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Published by Executive Training Concepts, Inc. in Mendham, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chess

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRosalyn B. Katz.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 217 p. :
    Number of Pages217
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18348783M
    ISBN 100963386603
    OCLC/WorldCa26909607

    We view the use of new technology in the classroom as following a cycle of four phases: observation, evaluation, management and deployment. Along these same lines the notion that weak chess players can interact with strong chess engines for chess feedback leading to deeper self-understanding beyond chess is a hypothesis little explored. The chess in the classroom seemed to have calmed him down a lot. Now he could sit and play a whole game. Alicia and Alberto demonstrated a math game on the chess board. Each square had a number and depending on how the game went, quick addition and subtraction calculations had to be done.

    The most thorough and complete curriculum for teaching chess!Few materials exist to help the classroom teacher who has never played chess or knows only some chess. This manual was designed to address this deficiency. A beginner chess book for teachers, chess club sponsors, or parents with young children. An elementary school teacher can use.   Moscow is an example of a city that has already recognised the value of chess in the classroom, having made the game compulsory for every child for one hour a week in primary education. In Russia chess is culturally very popular, so the implementation of the game in lessons has the potential to be more seamless than perhaps might be the case in.

    The authors of this book are a Dutch Chess trainer, player Robert Brunia and Cor van Wijgerden, a Dutch chess player, chess trainer and writer of chess books. They are the creators of new didactic teaching method, called “Stepping method” which is being applied in numerous schools, and chess clubs of different countries. The new ChessKid Classroom Planner tool for teachers and coaches! The Classroom Planner is a week-by-week guide for teaching chess. If you have never taught chess before, this guide will give you a place to start by presenting the lessons and .


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