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UPDATE: THE “CRITICAL THINKING” NEW CHESS MOVIE IS ABOUT OUR PARTNER TEACHER, MR. MARIO R. MARTINEZ

PARTNER SCHOOL: MIAMI, FLORIDA Vineland K-8 Center 100+ STUDENTS

UPDATE: Our blog entry from 2015 received special actuality today. The People Magazine called us a few weeks ago that they would like to use one of our earlier blog post photos in their article about John Leguizamo’s Critical Thinking movie, which tells a real life tale about teens of color achieving against the odds.

Source: People Magazin, October 5, 2020 Issue, Page 85

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LearningChess lanseres i Norge

(LearningChess launched in Norway – English version >>)

Norske sjakkspillere har savnet et så omfattende læreverk på norsk som LearningChess tilbyr nå. Både nybegynnere og sterke klubbspillere kan har mye å lære fra prisvinnende og interaktive online leksjoner.

LearningChess er en verdensomspennende plattform for å lære og spille sjakk. Den norske versjonen er oversatt av WIM Sheila Barth Stanford som arbeider fulltid som sjakktrener. Hennes voksne og unge elever har testet ut LearningChess de siste månedene. Sheila har vært mesterspiller i flere tiår og er en aktiv turneringsspiller.

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MODERN CHESS EDUCATION
INTRODUCING THE
“CAN THO CHESS KIDS” CLUB, VIETNAM

We opened our club 12 months ago, and during that short period, we already brought a lot of fun and happiness to the life of our students.

All the children enjoy the new way of learning chess online. It’s fun and easy to use, even at home. They love playing chess, and look so happy when they have been playing with the computer or others.

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FIRST EXPERIENCES WITH THE LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN THE Regional Chess Academy Povazie, SLOVAKIA

Regional Chess Academy Povazie Logo - LearningChess.netAs a chess trainer I tried to use many programs and web sites to find most suitable tool to teach children chess in chess club, chess academy or chess group in leisure center. There are children and students with really varied levels of chess knowledge. They have also different approach to study. They love chess, but they don’t like memorizing and more, they are kids, they want to play.

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