Category: Scholastic Chess
From Mr. Shamin Dulal Achinthaka De Moraes, Negombo Chess AcademyLearningChess distributor and Editor of the books. In the modern world, various countries using chess as an educational tool. World Chess Federation (FIDE) also has a special commission to promote chess in education. Chess has numerous benefits related to education. Chess
Time-to-time, we share with our readers the best practices of using LearningChess scholastic and chess club version around the world.
We fly to Norway now, and visit the Løten Junior High School and the Greveløkka Children’s Chess Club. We have interviewed Mr. Trond Nerland, teacher and coach, who uses LearningChess to improve the chess skills of his 8-16 years old students in both places.
In the interview, Trond points out interesting differences in teaching chess in schools and chess clubs.
Haque Academy, Pakistan uses LearningChess for 2018. Countless students have been learning from the lessons and became better players by practicing with the puzzles. Let’s see which methods they are using in learning chess.
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.
LogiQ Board and our new handbook for parents and teachers, Board Buddies in LogiQ Land, written by Márk Szávin, received substantial international attention at the London Chess Conference on Nov 30 – Dec 1, 2019. The author presented his book on the ‘Teaching Numeracy with Chess’ section. You can download this presentation here:
Welcome to LearningChess Free for Schools Program info page for the 2019/20 school year.
More than 50.000 children studied worldwide with LearningChess for free in our different scholastic programs in the last years.
We gladly inform you that LearningChess owners extend the ongoing charity program to the 2019/20 school year for underprivileged schools.
This year’s motto: “Helping people by charity is the most human thing we can do” – Oprah Winfrey
Te jössz! oldalunkon tíz ingyenes leckepárt találsz, amelyekben a sakklépések elsajátítása mellett számos logikai fejtörővel és játékkal is találkozol. Célunk a fejlesztés, a tanulás színesítése és élményszerűvé tétele volt.
A programhoz szorosan kapcsolódik a “Gondolkodj és nyerj! verseny, havonta új feladattal. A sikeres beküldők között ajándékokat sorsolunk ki.
A verseny lezárult, de az izgalmas feladatokat még most is meg lehet nézni. Köszönjük a rengeteg beküldött megoldást. A verseny győztesének bemutatkozása itt olvasható.
Welcome to LearningChess Free for Schools Program info page for the 2018/19 school year.
More than 40.000 children studied worldwide with LearningChess for free in our different scholastic programs in the last years.
We gladly inform you that LearningChess owners extend the ongoing charity program to the 2018/19 school year for underprivileged schools.
Our motto is: “Every man must decide whether he will walk in the light of creative altruism or in the darkness of destructive selfishness.” – Martin Luther King Jr.
We would like to introduce a unique development from Chess4Kids chess school in Switzerland. Roberto Schenker and his team recently developed the innovative MINIMASTER Program for children aged 2-5 years. Chess4Kids integrated chess as one element out of many that supports the children on their way to explore their
Luis Blasco De La Cruz, the chairman of the Madrid Chess Academy hosted the biggest scholastic chess conference in Madrid. The event was held between 23-25 June, 2017. In spite of the extremely hot weather, more than 100 participants joined the conference. The participants included recognized lecturers such as Pep Suarez (Spanish Chess Federation), Kevin O’Connell (FIDE Scholastic Chess), Martin Huba (ECU), Alessandro Dominici (Castle Project), and Janos Pallagi (LearningChess).