New In Chess has published the book ‘Chess For Educators’. The author is psychologist and chess teacher Karel van Delft from The Netherlands. Please, check https://www.newinchess.com/chess-for-educators for sample pages. The book is about didactics, organizing chess activities, the role of parents, special needs groups, and scientific research on the benefits
We launched the long-awaited LearningChess 2 webpage on March 1, 2021. We are sure that you will like the fresh colors, the nice pictures, and the 100% mobile-friendly design. All the LearningChess functions and lessons you are already familiar with…
Introduction to the new Unlock Courses pageThe new LearningChess 2 website got an improved, easy-to-use payment solution on the Unlock Courses page. You only have to select the course or courses you want to buy, then click/tap on the Pay Now button, and you will be redirected to PayPal that
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
You can watch our presentation below: Make a difference in learning chess – set up a large scale online educational project in 30 minutes. LearningChess regularly attends the London Chess Conference since 2014. We introduce our new developments and results each year, and the conference is also a great opportunity
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. It turns out that the movie is about our partner teacher, Mr. Mario Martinez.
Mr. Shamin Dulal Achinthaka De Moraes from Negombo Chess Academy and LearningChess signed a distributor agreement for Sri Lanka. The goals of the cooperation: Introducing LearningChess to International and Private Schools. Awareness programs to school children and teachers (and also for parents if possible). Conducting Teacher Training programs on how
Based on our users’ request, we developed a new opening course for beginners, and online players, called “Active opening repertoire“. We still recommend that first, you learn the logic behind chess and the basic moves from our Beginner course, before mastering any openings. Moreover, a solid middlegame and endgame knowledge are also essential, which you can learn from the Intermediate and Advanced courses.
However, if you want to become a successful player in today’s computerized chess world, you also need to put emphasis on your opening strategy. That is why we launched the “Active opening repertoire” in September 2020.
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.
The LearningChess Norwegian version launched just six months ago, but we have already received a lot of positive feedback from coaches and home users who bought access to the courses and the Learning Management. However, the biggest surprise was a review in the latest issue of the Norwegian Chess Magazine (Norsk Sjakkblad).
Welcome to LearningChess Free for Schools Program info page for the 2020/21 school year.
More than 70.000 children studied worldwide with LearningChess for free in our different scholastic programs in the last years.
We understand that our program is becoming increasingly important during the coronavirus pandemic. We gladly inform you that LearningChess owners extend the ongoing charity program to the 2020/21 school year for underprivileged schools.
This year’s motto: “It’s not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.” – Mother Theresa