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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.
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.
From: Manos Alachouzos, Athens, Greece
65 LearningChess.net students
It is always a challenge when faced with a class of learners all keen to hone their chess skills or to learn the game of chess, to come up with activities that engage them and at the same time cater to their varying ability levels…
The invitation to the Chess and Mathematics Conference in London, 6-7 December 2014 is an outstanding opportunity to inform the teachers, schools and students in wider circle about LearningChess.Net. The timing is the best – we have just launched the Android App and the number of students in our Free for Schools Program is dynamically growing.
To my greatest pleasure, teaching chess in kindergartens and schools is more and more widespread, still, a lot of people ask this question. Let’s see what the truth may be.
When we worked out our online chess tutor we thoroughly analyzed this problem and studied the relevant scientific research papers, which are already available for everyone on the Internet, fortunately. Now, I would like to summarize these methodologically and make them clearer through examples. I do hope that after reading this blog entry even more people will take a liking to teaching – and of course, learning – chess.